United States Government Discourse and Diplomacy in the Era of African Independence Movements: A Selective Annotated Bibliography of Federal Government Information.
The documents are presented chronologically under broad geographic scope. Because of the abundance of materials available covering a wide geographic area, this bibliography is not comprehensive but, rather, emphasizes sources that best represent American concerns about the region as a whole during this important geo-political moment.
Intended to aid the researcher of United States Foreign Policy in Africa’s era of independence, this bibliography also serves as a timeline of evolving U.S. policy and analysis of political discourse related to Africa.
Advisor:Michael Van Fossen
School Location:USA - North Carolina
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Keywords:africa – history 20th century politics and government united states foreign policy
Date of Publication:11/19/2007