Washington Notes on Africa

by Washington Office on Africa
with Janice McLaughlin, Ted Lockwood, Maghan Keita, Christine Root
Washington, DC, United States
Spring, 1979
8 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Zimbabwe, Southern Africa, South Africa, Namibia
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: Sanctions: The Fight is On • Why Lifting Sanctions Matters • How the Battle is Shaping Up • Act Now on Sanctions • Zimbabwe: The Noose Tightens, Diplomacy Fails • Split and Add a Half • Cutting the arms of liberation • How About the Other Half? • Choices for the End Game • The Hidden Zimbabwe • Martial Law • Destruction on Civilian Life and Property • Starvation Tactics • Private Arms and Conscription • Censorship • Detentions and Forced Labor • The Election Process • Namibia: On Again? • South Africa's Advantage • Isolation of SWAPO • R.S.V.P.: Carter Invites Botha • D.C. Newsbriefs • Who's Who in Congress • Administration Doublespeak on Rhodesia • State still undecided on Exim Regs • Kennedy to introduce Bank Disclosure Bill • AID Requests $100 Million for Southern Africa • Administration looks to Sales to Rhodesia • Washington Office on Africa
Used by permission of the Washington Office on Africa.
Collection: Carole Collins Africa Collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections