July 2010
Zimbabwe Country Review;2010, p6
Country Report
The article offers an overview of the history of Zimbabwe, stating the declaration of Prime Minister Ian Smith on the preservation of white dominance for a thousand years, the renewal of informal attempts at settlement between Great Britain and the Rhodesian administration, and the start of deliberations by British and African parties on a Rhodesian settlement at Lancaster House on September 10, 1979.


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