This Volume Examines Diplomatic Relations Between The United Kingdom And South Africa During One Of The Most Turbulent Periods Of The Apartheid EraThe Crisis Of Apartheid That Began In Provoked International Outrage On An Unprecedented Scale This Volume Documents The Attempt By The British Government To Formulate A Response That Would Go Some Way Towards Meeting Demands For Action On The Part Of Critics Of South Africa In The Commonwealth, The United States And The European Community As Well As In The United Kingdom Itself, Without At The Same Time Inflicting Unacceptable Damage On Britain S Significant Economic Interests In South Africa It Was A Process Marked By Frequent Disagreements Between Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher And The Foreign And Commonwealth Office Under Sir Geoffrey Howe The Volume Begins With Reports Of The Deepening Crisis At The Beginning Of And Concludes With The Commonwealth Review Meeting In August , One Of The Lowest Of Many Low Points In Relations Between The British Government And The Critics Of Apartheid In South Africa, Meanwhile, There Seemed Little Hope Of Progress Following The Imposition Of A National State Of Emergency, As The Confrontation Between The Government And Its Opponents Headed For Deadlock And The Power Of The Securocrats Surrounding President Botha Became Steadily Entrenched This Volume Gives A Flavour Of What It Was Like To Be A British Diplomat Working For Change At That TimeThis Volume Will Be Of Great Interest To Students Of International History, British Political History, African History And International Relations In General
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- 538 pages
- The Challenge of Apartheid
- Patrick Salmon
- 02 January 2019 Patrick Salmon