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French Foreign Policy Towards Namibia 1981–85

  • Jacques Marchand

Abstract

When the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Claude Cheysson, made public on 7 December 1983 the decision of the French government to suspend its participation in the Contact Group, international opinion wondered how it should interpret this decision and whether it signified a major political change on the part of the French government with regard to the Namibian question.

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Security Council Transnational Corporation French Government Contact Group Socialist Party 
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Notes

  1. 13.
    Bernard Taillefer, French Imperialism in the Economy of South Africa (unpublished PhD thesis at University of Grenoble, June 1980), p. 409.Google Scholar
  2. 17.
    Patric Claude, in Le Monde, 27 July 1981.Google Scholar

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© Allan D. Cooper 1988

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