TITLE

ISRAEL AND THE AFRO-ASIAN WORLD

AUTHOR(S)
Rivkin, Arnold
PUB. DATE
April 1959
SOURCE
Foreign Affairs;Apr1959, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p486
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on international relations between Israel and Afro-Asian countries. Striking development in international relations is the mounting interest with which more and more states of Africa and Asia, notably Ghana and Burma, are looking to Israel. They have found in Israel a state with an advanced technology capable of extending assistance, providing technicians, entering into trade and supplying investment capital without in any way compromising their sovereignty or threatening their interdependence. For Africa, Israel's desire to establish reciprocal relations offers a special attraction in that it can serve as a countervailing political force to offset Egypt's ambitions there. African relations with Israel, which have been evolving over the past 18 months, have proved capable of withstanding antagonistic and even disruptive external pressures. Egypt's previously discreet efforts to weaken the Ghanaian-Israeli relationship became relatively overt at the Accra Conference of Independent African States in April 1958.
ACCESSION #
14723939

 

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