Eleven of the world's leading scholars on Namibia offer a collection of articles that provide an examination of the importance of Namibia to each of the major Western capitalist powers, and analyze the extent to which each power contributes to South Africa's continuing occupation of Namibia.
Introduction - prelude to a revolution, A.D. Cooper; socio-economic interaction and establishment of colonial-capitalist relations in Namibia before and during German rule, H.Melber; Canadian Transnational Corporation in Namibia - an economic and political overview, S.Hurlich; French foreign policy towards Namibia 1981-85, J.Marchand; West German relations with Namibia, G.Wellmer & H.Melber; Japan's illegal uranium contracts with Namibia, Y.Kitazawa; the Netherlands and Namibia - the political campaign to end Dutch involvement in the Namibia uranium trade, D. de Beer; Scandianavia and Namibia - contradictions of policies and actions, E.Erichsen, B.Hogberg and A.Tostesen; British economic involvement in South African-occupied Namibia - 1845 to 1986, A.Roberts; the United States and Namibia - a failure of leadership, A.D.Cooper; conclusion; Namibia and the challenge of international law, A.D.Cooper; currency conversions.
Allies in Apartheid: Western Capitalism in Occupied Namibia by Allan D. Cooper
Allan D. Cooper
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