Moscow's Geopolitics A Kissinger answer to a global challenge

May 1978
The article offers the insights of former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger regarding the true purpose of the Soviet Union's presence in the Horn of Africa. Kissinger points out the purposes of Moscow, Russia in Africa, such as to outflank the Middle East, to emphasize that the U.S. has no ability to protect its friends, and to create doubts in Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, Kissinger spoke to the International Radio and Television Society Foundations Inc. in May 1978, wherein he proposed the basic principles that should be taken by the administration of President Jimmy Carter to deal with the threat of Russia to intervene in Southern Africa. Furthermore, Kissinger adds that the U.S. has an obligation to remove the legal reasons of unrest and instability in Africa.


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