THE ROAD TO DEMOCRACY IN SOUTH AFRICA, volume 3, international solidarity, part 3

: South African Democracy Education Trust

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pp., illus., hardback, Austin, 2018.


Compiled and co-ordinated by the South African Democracy Education Trust (SADET), the Road to Democracy Project "aims to compile a chronological analysis of four decades, namely 1960-1970, 1970-1980, 1980-1990 and 1990-1994".

"Volume 3 Part 3 in the Road to Democracy in South Africa series follows a decade later after the publication (2008) of the first two parts dealing with aspects of international solidarity ... The need for Part 3 arises from the fact that studies on foreign policy, international relations and diplomacy are, more often than not, concerned with individual leaders representing a particular state, a given government, or the international system of which they are a part. Compiling the new collection of eight chapters is deemed necessary because of the longstanding role of the African National Congress (ANC) in the international arena, a notion which challenges the state-centric theories of foreign policy and international relations." from the foreword by Essop Pahad.

Contributions include:

"The African National Congress and progressive anti-colonial internationalism" by Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu

"The African-Asian People's Solidarity Organisation and its bearing on the South African liberation struggle" by Siphamandla Zondi

"The World Council of Churches and economic sanctions, 1958-1994: From rhetoric resistance to 'revolutionary action'" by Thembeko Mufamadi

"'E iá vou eu': Brazil's anti-apartheid movement by Geri Augusto.