Africa Isn't Vietnam

May 1977
New Republic;5/14/77, Vol. 176 Issue 20, p5
Provides an overview of the U.S. national policy towards Africa. Anxiety of the U.S. Congress over meddling in African affairs; Impact of the outcome of the Vietnam War on foreign policy of the U.S.; Discussion on grants-in-aid provided by the U.S. to Zaire; President Jimmy Carter's promise of behaving with shrewdness and compassion in Africa; Controversy surrounding the U.S. involvement in the unresolved conflict in Zaire.


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