French Foreign Policy Towards Namibia 1981–85
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.
KeywordsSecurity Council Transnational Corporation French Government Contact Group Socialist Party
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