DAVID and GOLIATH COLLABORATE in AFRICA

by Africa Research Group
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Undated, late 1969?
11 pages
Contents: US Strategists Decide to Use Israel • Israel "Imports" Knowledge from the US, Exports It to Africa • The Scope of the Israeli Assistance Program • Israel and the International Counterrevolution - Military Assistance • Imperialism Finances Israel's Programs • US-Israeli Coordination • The Israeli Model: A Harbinger for the Future? • Conclusion • TABLE I. ISRAELI EXPERTS SERVING ABROAD AND TRAINEES ARRIVING IN ISRAEL, BY FIELD OF SERVICE OR TRAINING • TABLE II. ISRAELI MILITARY AND PARAMILITARY ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS TO SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA • Israel has played a strategically important role in Africa as a servant of the U.S. organized "free world" empire. U.S. imperialism uses Israeli diplomatic, military, and "development" institutions to further its own objectives of tying post-independence Africa to the West and undermining revolutionary movements which threaten Western hegemony. Israel's own long-range political and economic goals have also been strengthened by "foreign aid" programs in at least 15 African countries. The pamphlet mentions Arnold Rivkin, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's CIA-organized Center for International Studies, the World Bank, Foreign Affairs, Henry Chalfan, Africa and the West, the Communist Block, General Moshe Dayan, agricultural programs, ICFTU (International Confederation of Free Trade Unions), Arnold Zack, the Third World, the British Trade Union Congress (TUC), Samuel Decalo, Sanford Silverberg at American University, the Center for Research in Social Systems (CRESS), the U.S. army, the Middle East, the Department of Defense, the National Committee for Labor Israel, John A. Davis, American Society of African Culture (AMSAC), F. Taylor Ostrander, American Metal Climax Corporation, Tools for Freedom Foundation, Assistant Secretary of State Harlan Cleveland, the OAU (Organization of African Unity), Theodore Herzl, Moslem communities, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Leonard Laufer, Dahomey, Ivory Coast, the AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations), Afro-Asian Institute for Labor Studies and Cooperation in Tel Aviv, Ellahu Elath, the American Institute for Free Labor Development (AIFLD), Upper Volta, Tanganyika, Congo (K), army, police, Zanzibar, Biafra, the National Service Corps, Conor Cruise O'Brien, Lumumba, General Mobutu, Western intelligence, counterinsurgency, and the Palestine liberation organization.
Used by permission of Danny Schechter, Sam Barnes and Robert Maurer, former members of Africa Research Group.
Collection: Steve Askin - Carole Collins papers