1st Edition

Apartheid & Intl Org/h

By Richard E Bissell Copyright 1977
    246 Pages
    by Routledge

    246 Pages
    by Routledge

    The historical controversy over South Africa's policy of apartheid has not been without effect on that country's participation and status in the international system. This book explores the impact of these efforts on the racial policies of South Africa and on the international organizations.

    1. Origins of the International Dispute over Apartheid 2. From International Concern to Increasing African Opposition 3. OAU Momentum and the Retreat of South Africa 4. Counterattack by the South Africans 5. A Diplomatic Plateau 6. From the Present to the Future

    Biography

    Richard E. Bissell, research associate at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia, and managing editor of ORBIS , received his doctorate from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Dr. Bissell worked extensively on the material for this book during a two-year postdoctoral appointment at the Center of International Studies, Princeton University.