The African Foreign Policy of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger: A Documentary Analysis
The African Foreign Policy of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger outlines in clear, comprehensive terms the details of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's foreign policy toward Africa and how that policy related to other aspects of his global viewpoint. For the first time, editors Hanes Walton, Jr., Robert Louis Stevenson, and James Bernard Rosser bring together a diverse collection of public documents, speeches, and congressional presentations for critical analysis and in-depth discussion. This book presents an intellectual evaluation of governmental sources to determine the kinds of foreign policy proposals and programs that Kissinger developed for the various crises and problems which were under way in Africa. The essays demonstrate how Kissinger used his brand of shuttle diplomacy to set up delicate negotiations to ease the new international tensions and the power-rivalry. The African Foreign Policy of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger offers important insight that will stimulate debate and be a lively read for those interested in international politics and political science.
Part 1 The Rise of the State Department's African Policy Chapter 2 African Foreign Policy Before the Kissinger Years: The G. Mennen "Soapy" Williams Era 1961-1966 Chapter 3 G. Mennen "Soapy" Williams and the American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa: Rethinking the Origins of Multiculturalism in U.S. Foreign Policy Part 4 Background: Secretary of State Kissinger and African Policy Chapter 5 Kissinger's African Policy Chapter 6 U.S. African Policy Under Henry Kissinger Chapter 7 A Critic of the Kissinger's Study of Southern Africa Chapter 8 Documents: Statements, Speeches, and Interviews Chapter 9 The Role of African Nation-states in Kissinger's Concept of International Politics