"Dangling Carrots Before Marxists": U.S.-Mozambican Relations Since 1981

Nash, Philip

1987

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  • Volume 11, Issue 2. Summer One of the more controversial developments in recent U.S. foreign policy is the adoption of the "Reagan Doctrine," a policy that includes support for guerrilla movements opposed to Soviet-backed states in Central America, Asia, and Africa. Yet in an apparent reversal of its own doctrine, the Reagan administration has sought closer relations with t... read more
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