South Africa

In Transition to What?

The contributors come from a range of backgrounds, but meet one imperative qualification: residence or repeated physical presence in South Africa. By bringing together this notable collection of authors, Kitchen impresses upon readers (especially Americans) that the South Africa that will emerge from today's strife will be determined primarily by internal factors. Les mer
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The contributors come from a range of backgrounds, but meet one imperative qualification: residence or repeated physical presence in South Africa. By bringing together this notable collection of authors, Kitchen impresses upon readers (especially Americans) that the South Africa that will emerge from today's strife will be determined primarily by internal factors. As this volume notes, recent evidence suggests that externally devised initiatives such as Eminent Persons interlocutors, constructive engagement, disinvestment, and economic sanctions can affect but not mandate how or whether South Africa's fractured society can find a way to avoid a lemmings scenario. Policy makers, policy analysts, and other actors both in the U.S. government and policy community concerned with what is going on inside South Africa today will find South Africa to be provocative reading.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Foreword by Helen Kitchen South Africa: What Kind of Change? by William J. Foltz The Process of Decision Making in Contemporary South Africa by Robert I. Rotberg A Guide to Black Politics in South Africa Steven McDonald Black Education in South Africa: Key or Chimera? by John A. Marcum Destabilization and Dialogue: South Africa's Emergence as a Regional Superpower by John de St. Jorre Eight New Realities in Southern Africa Heribert Adam and Stanley Uys Seven Scenarios for South Africa by Robert I. Rotberg A Fundamental Shift in South African Politics? by Ken Owen People's Power: A Beginning, Not an End by Zelakhe Sisulu South Africa: A Reporter's Notebook John de St. Jorre Sanctions: Another Way by Michael Spicer The 1987 Elections by Heribert Adam Index

Om forfatteren

HELEN KITCHEN is Director of African Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C.