December 1977
National Review;12/23/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 50, p1469
This article focuses on various political and social developments in different countries. United Nations ambassador Andrew Young is denouncing Cuban colonialism in Africa. U.S. National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezlinski has revealed U.S. intelligence reports that state that Cuba has 27,000 troops in Africa. Politician Robert Byrd thinks that the treaties signed by the U.S. and Panama regarding the Panama Canal, Panama, will be passed early next year. Most of the African American press in America is angry with Andrew Young for not voting in favor of economic sanctions against South Africa in the United Nations.


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