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Constructive Engagement?: Chester Crocker & American Policy in South Africa, Namibia & Angola Hardcover – December 18, 2007


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“The failure of constructive engagement is revealed quite early on in the book, when the author points out how ‘remarkable’ it was that Pretoria's admission that it was ‘not prepared to play the reciprocal role demanded by constructive engagement’—the reform of apartheid and the release of Namibia in exchange for ‘respectability’ as a U.S. ally in the Cold War—had ‘no apparent impact’ on Crocker's policy.”
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“Davies contends that constructive engagement was a failure because Cold War concerns overrode the explicit goal of ending apartheid in South Africa.... A well-written, thoroughly documented case study of US foreign policy.”
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J. E. Davies taught international relations at the University of Wales, Swansea, and is now a freelance writer living in Wales.
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