Power Struggle in Angola: Whose Struggle? Whose Power?

Purpose is to recount the chronological pattern of events in the Angolan crisis, drawing from a wide variety of news sources, and on that basis to analyze the nature and impact of external interference, both direct and indirect in the civil war. Such an analysis clarifies the role played by each of the major foreign actors during the short-lived civil war. Sections: problems if internal cohesion – – Soviet-Cuban intervention – American intervention – South African intervention – African response: I. Zaire and Zambia – African response: II. The organization of African Unity. Notes.

Title: Power Struggle in Angola: Whose Struggle? Whose Power?
Author: El-Khawas, Mohamed A.
Year: 1976
Periodical: Journal of Southern African Affairs
Volume: 1
Issue: 1
Period: October
Pages: 53-68
Language: English
Geographic term: Angola
Abstract: Purpose is to recount the chronological pattern of events in the Angolan crisis, drawing from a wide variety of news sources, and on that basis to analyze the nature and impact of external interference, both direct and indirect in the civil war. Such an analysis clarifies the role played by each of the major foreign actors during the short-lived civil war. Sections: problems if internal cohesion – – Soviet-Cuban intervention – American intervention – South African intervention – African response: I. Zaire and Zambia – African response: II. The organization of African Unity. Notes.