U.S. Policy and South Africa

by Peter Weiss
Washington, DC, United States
March 22, 1965
Publisher: Consultative Council on South Africa
10 pages
Type: Conference Presentation
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, United Nations
Language: English
Paper presented by Peter Weiss of the American Committee on Africa to the National Conference: South Africa Crisis and American Action. The paper discusses U.S. policy, United Nations resolutions, Sharpeville, the boycott of South African goods and the arms embargo. • 1. Diplomatic Relations • 2. Direct Government Controls on Economic Involvement • 3. Indirect Government Controls on Economic Involvement • 4. Education and Training • 5. Exchange of Persons • 6. Aid to Refugees
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