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The Resource Southern Africa : the escalation of a conflict : a politico-military study, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute

Southern Africa : the escalation of a conflict : a politico-military study, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute

Label
Southern Africa : the escalation of a conflict : a politico-military study
Title
Southern Africa
Title remainder
the escalation of a conflict : a politico-military study
Statement of responsibility
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
320.9/68/06
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
no index present
LC call number
DT746
LC item number
.S75 1976
Literary form
non fiction
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Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
Series statement
Praeger special studies in international politics and government
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  • Nationalism
  • Escalation (Military science)
  • Arms transfers
  • Africa, Southern
  • Africa, Southern
  • Africa, Portuguese-speaking
Label
Southern Africa : the escalation of a conflict : a politico-military study, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
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Publication
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31223901255381
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volume
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
Introduction -- I. The framework of analysis -- II. Sources and methods -- III. The choice of Southern Africa -- IV. International organizations and Southern Africa -- V. Area description: Southern Africa, white settlement, population and geographical characteristics, the parties to the conflict -- Part I. Conflict determinants. Ch. 1. Local conflict determinants. I. The racial dimension -- II. Economic factors: Income distribution, social services, labour legislation, the migratory labour system and forced labour, job reservation, land ownership, the economic strategy of the white regimes -- III. Political factors: The franchise, non-white representation in South Africa and Namibia -- Ch. 2. International conflict determinants. I. Foreign economic interests: Structure, natural resources, agriculture, transport and communication, special projects -- II. Foreign political interests: Anti- Communism, geostrategy, the Cape Route, the Indian Ocean, the Indian Ocean Peace Zone -- Ch. 3. The polarization of forces. I. The liberation movements: Consolidation, regional support for the liberation movements, international support for the liberation movements -- II. The white regimes: Consolidation, international support -- Part II. A general pattern of conflict escalation. Ch. 4. Reformation. I. Portuguese Africa: the Portuguese reforms -- II. Rhodesia -- III. Namibia -- IV. The Republic of South Africa: governmental reforms -- Ch. 5. Revolution. I. Portuguese Africa: Portugal's military strength, the cost of wars in Africa, the military strength of liberation movements, the social revolution, the military situation by April 1974 -- II. Rhodesia: The military strength of the liberation movements, military aid to the Smith regime -- III. Namibia and South Africa: Namibia, South Africa -- Part III. The military power of South Africa and Rhodesia. Ch. 6. The Republic of South Africa. I. Military expenditure: Military research and development, Other defence-related costs -- II. Manpower: The armed forces, the conscript system, the commando force, the national police force, other manpower -- III. Arms procurement: the UN embargo, arms imports, domestic arms production, the defence industry, nuclear research -- Ch. 7. Rhodesia. I. Military expenditure -- II. Manpower -- III. Arms procurement:Sources of supply, the jordanian arms deal -- Part IV. The changing balanceof power in Southern Afirca. Ch. 8. Factors making for disintegration in Portugal. I. Political opposition -- II. The armed forces -- III. The coup in Portugal -- IV. The economy -- V. Political factors -- VI. Foreign relations -- Ch. 9. Portuguese Africa. I. Mozambique: The transition to independence, domestic policy, foreign policy -- II. Angola: President Spinola's approach, The Armed Forces Movement's approach -- Ch. 10. South Africa. I. A new policy -- II. International pressure: Prospects of regional change, internal change in South Africa -- III. Defence measures -- Ch. 11. Rhodesia. I. The economic situation -- II. Foreign pressure for settlement: Britain, South Africa -- III. Internal developments -- IV. Military developments -- Ch. 12. Namibia. I. Prospects for change -- II. Internal developments -- III. Military developments -- Part V. Summary and conclusions -- Appendix 1. Arms imports by South Africa, Rhodesia and Portugal, 1950-1974 -- Appendix 2. United Nations resolutions bearing upon problems of race conflict in South Africa -- Appendix 3. United nations embargo against exports to Southern Rhodesia
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
x, 235 p., [1] leaf of plates
Isbn
9780275568405
Lccn
76004518
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • 2048243
  • DBSRVR::LCMARC/AFI-5469/CATALOG
Label
Southern Africa : the escalation of a conflict : a politico-military study, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
Publication
Bar code
31223901255381
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- I. The framework of analysis -- II. Sources and methods -- III. The choice of Southern Africa -- IV. International organizations and Southern Africa -- V. Area description: Southern Africa, white settlement, population and geographical characteristics, the parties to the conflict -- Part I. Conflict determinants. Ch. 1. Local conflict determinants. I. The racial dimension -- II. Economic factors: Income distribution, social services, labour legislation, the migratory labour system and forced labour, job reservation, land ownership, the economic strategy of the white regimes -- III. Political factors: The franchise, non-white representation in South Africa and Namibia -- Ch. 2. International conflict determinants. I. Foreign economic interests: Structure, natural resources, agriculture, transport and communication, special projects -- II. Foreign political interests: Anti- Communism, geostrategy, the Cape Route, the Indian Ocean, the Indian Ocean Peace Zone -- Ch. 3. The polarization of forces. I. The liberation movements: Consolidation, regional support for the liberation movements, international support for the liberation movements -- II. The white regimes: Consolidation, international support -- Part II. A general pattern of conflict escalation. Ch. 4. Reformation. I. Portuguese Africa: the Portuguese reforms -- II. Rhodesia -- III. Namibia -- IV. The Republic of South Africa: governmental reforms -- Ch. 5. Revolution. I. Portuguese Africa: Portugal's military strength, the cost of wars in Africa, the military strength of liberation movements, the social revolution, the military situation by April 1974 -- II. Rhodesia: The military strength of the liberation movements, military aid to the Smith regime -- III. Namibia and South Africa: Namibia, South Africa -- Part III. The military power of South Africa and Rhodesia. Ch. 6. The Republic of South Africa. I. Military expenditure: Military research and development, Other defence-related costs -- II. Manpower: The armed forces, the conscript system, the commando force, the national police force, other manpower -- III. Arms procurement: the UN embargo, arms imports, domestic arms production, the defence industry, nuclear research -- Ch. 7. Rhodesia. I. Military expenditure -- II. Manpower -- III. Arms procurement:Sources of supply, the jordanian arms deal -- Part IV. The changing balanceof power in Southern Afirca. Ch. 8. Factors making for disintegration in Portugal. I. Political opposition -- II. The armed forces -- III. The coup in Portugal -- IV. The economy -- V. Political factors -- VI. Foreign relations -- Ch. 9. Portuguese Africa. I. Mozambique: The transition to independence, domestic policy, foreign policy -- II. Angola: President Spinola's approach, The Armed Forces Movement's approach -- Ch. 10. South Africa. I. A new policy -- II. International pressure: Prospects of regional change, internal change in South Africa -- III. Defence measures -- Ch. 11. Rhodesia. I. The economic situation -- II. Foreign pressure for settlement: Britain, South Africa -- III. Internal developments -- IV. Military developments -- Ch. 12. Namibia. I. Prospects for change -- II. Internal developments -- III. Military developments -- Part V. Summary and conclusions -- Appendix 1. Arms imports by South Africa, Rhodesia and Portugal, 1950-1974 -- Appendix 2. United Nations resolutions bearing upon problems of race conflict in South Africa -- Appendix 3. United nations embargo against exports to Southern Rhodesia
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
x, 235 p., [1] leaf of plates
Isbn
9780275568405
Lccn
76004518
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • 2048243
  • DBSRVR::LCMARC/AFI-5469/CATALOG

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