3 edition of Denmark and National Liberation in Southern Africa found in the catalog.
by Nordic Africa Institute
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||180|
Although Apartheid only ‘officially’ started in , repression was rife in South Africa long before that date. This special project examines the Freedom Struggle from the beginning of the 20th century up until South Africa's first democratic election in April The National Liberation Struggle in South Africa A case study of the United Democratic Front, Gregory F Houston. The formation of the United Democratic Front (UDF) in August introduced a new challenge to white minority rule after the banning of the South African black opposition - the African National Congress (ANC) and the Pan.
This book describes and documents the development of Danish support to national liberation in Southern Africa and the two-sided humanitarian and political character of this support. It is based on previously restricted Danish ministry records and on NGO archives and Nordic countries were unique in the Western world in. President of the African National Congress of South Africa, on the assassination of Olof Palme. In a generation when the response of Western governments to the revolution against colonial and racist domination in southern Africa had been characterized by equivocation and hypocrisy, Olof Palme was one Western leader who had.
TORE LINNÉ ERIKSEN, ed. Norway and National Liberation in Southern Africa. Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute, ; dist. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing. Pp. Much has been written on the impact of East-West competition and involvement in Southern Africa. the role of the Nordic countries in shaping recent history in this region has, however, not aroused similar interest—despite the very large contributions made to it both materially and politically by Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.
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The book describes and documents the development of Danish support to national liberation in Southern Africa and the two-sided humanitarian and political character of the support.
Popular support in Denmark developed around NGOs as a denunciation of the colonial and racist oppression, use of military force and disrespect of humanitarian and civic rights by the South African, Rhodesian and.
Christopher Munthe Denmark and National Liberation in Southern Africa book. Denmark and National Liberation in Southern Africa: A Flexible Response. Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute, pp. $ (cloth), ISBN Reviewed by Hans Erik Stolten. Published on H-SAfrica (May, ). Danish Anti-Apartheid History The history of the international anti-apartheid.
Denmark and National Liberation in Southern Africa This book describes and documents the development of Danish support to national liberation in Southern Africa and the two-sided humanitarian and political character of this : This book describes and documents the development of Danish support to national liberation in Southern Africa and the two-sided humanitarian and political character of this support.
The interviews in this book were conducted for the Nordic Africa Instituteâ€™s research project â€˜National Liberation in Southern Africaâ€”The role of the Nordic countriesâ€™. Around The Nordic Africa Institute published a series of books on the liberation struggle in Southern Africa and the Nordic countries as a result of the research project 'National Liberation in Southern Africa: The Role of the Nordic Countries', coordinated by Tor Sellström.
national liberation movements Denmark and national liberation in Southern Africa: a flexible response This book describes and documents the development of Danish support to national liberation in Southern Africa and the two-sided humanitarian and political character of this support.
In the first group of papers that follow, Håkan Thörn, author of an important book on the anti-apartheid movement in general,3sets the liberation struggles in southern Africa in a global context as a transnational movement that he relates to the world-wide search for global justice.
Sweden and National Liberation in Southern Africa: Formation of a Popular Opinion (), Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Uppsala, 3 On the 'Swedish bias' of the interviews conducted in Southern Africa, see the Introductory Note.
Liberation in Southern Africa -Regional and Swedish Voices. “ The African National Congress of South Africa in Zambia: The Culture of Exile and the Changing Relationship with Home, –” Journal of Southern African Stud.
Summary: This title describes and documents the development of Danish support to national liberation in Southern Africa and the two-sided humanitarian and political character of this support.
It is based on previously restricted Danish ministry records and on NGO archives and interviews. national liberation in Southern Africa, in mid—shortly after the demise of apartheid in South Africa—the Nordic Africa Institute took the initiative to 1.
Due to its marginal interaction with Southern Africa, no particular study on Iceland was under-taken. As acknowledged in the texts, Iceland, however, formed an integral part of the.
Book Description. Transnational Histories of Southern Africa’s Liberation Movements offers new perspectives on southern Africa’s wars of national liberation, drawing on extensive oral historical and archival research. Assuming neither the primacy of nationalist loyalties as they exist today nor any single path to liberation, the book unpicks any notion of a straightforward imposition of.
Sweden's and the other Nordic countries' support for the national liberation process and struggle against apartheid was unique in the international context both in regard to the size of the Reviews: 2. Of the two books included initially, one volume, Liberation in Southern Africa Regional and Swedish Voices, contains interviews with numerous Southern African and Swedish leaders.
The other focuses on Finland, which had a particularly close connection with the liberation struggle in Namibia. The Nordic Documentation on the Liberation Struggle in Southern Africa Project.
A reference source for everyone interested in the late 20th century history of national liberation in Southern Africa and the role of the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden).
This was previously the separate website These 9 volumes are the most comprehensive historical record of the liberation struggles in southern Africa. Comprising million words in 5, pages, they record interviews with liberation fighters and supporters in the Frontline states and the extraordinary sacrifices they made so that Africa.
National Liberation Movements as Government in Africa analyses the performance of NLMs after they gain state power. The book tracks the initial promises and guiding principles of NLMs against their actual record in achieving socio-economic development goals such as peace, stability, state building and democratisation.
Denmark and the National Liberation in Southern Africa. By CHRISTOPHER MUNTHE MORGENSTIERNE. Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute, Pp. No. itarian assistance to the national liberation movements in Southern Africa and Guinea-Bissau. Followed by the other Nordic countries,1 Sweden thereby became the first industrialized Western country to enter into a direct relationship with movements that in the Cold War period elsewhere in the West were shunned as ‘Communist’ or ‘terrorist’.
This book documents and analyses the involvement of Norway in the liberation struggle in Southern Africa. Apart from focussing on the formulation of official policies and the extensive cooperation with the liberation movements in the field of humanitarian assistance, mainly based on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs records, the study highlights the popular involvement and commitment to the struggle.The Limits to Liberation in Southern Africa: The Unfinished Business of Democratic Consolidation.
The essays in this volume examine a developing political contradiction in Southern Africa represented by the fact that movements which spearheaded mass popular struggles for liberation from colonial rule have in power developed into authoritarian, undemocratic and increasingly corrupt ruling regimes.Africa and Guinea-Bissau.1 The enterprise - 'National Liberation in Southern Africa: The Role of the Nordic Countries' - was endorsed by the governments in Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, and Helsinki; this meant not only financial assistance, but also privileged access to the foreign ministry archives.