By Robert S. Jaster
As a fruits of a decade's learn through a former senior US intelligence analyst on South African affairs, this publication examines the position of household politics, defense matters and bureaucratic clash in South Africa. From his standpoint as a professional observer of southern Africa's politics and local defense, the writer offers an incisive research of the international coverage technique and transferring options below Vorster and P.W.Botha. He indicates how family race guidelines pose the dominant constraint on overseas coverage and analyzes the successes and screw ups of Botha's destabilization process. eventually he assesses the worsening coverage atmosphere dealing with the white minority management within the Nineteen Nineties and its implications for local defense. the writer additionally wrote "South Africa in Namibia" and "Southern Africa - local defense difficulties and Prospects".