Norway and national liberation in southern Africa /

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Imprint:Uppsala, Sweden : Nordic Institute of African Studies ; Somerset, NJ : Distributor in North America, Transaction Publishers, 1999.
Description:250 p. ; 24 cm.
Subject:National liberation movements -- Africa, Southern.
International relations.
National liberation movements.
Africa, Southern -- Relations -- Norway.
Norway -- Relations -- Africa, Southern.
Africa, Southern.
Format: Print Book
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Other authors / contributors:Eriksen, Tore Linné, 1945-
Nordiska Afrikainstitutet.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references (p. [400]-403) and index.
Table of Contents:
  • 1. The Origins of a Special Relationship: Norway and Southern Africa 1960-1975 / Tore Linne Eriksen
  • 2. The Namibian Liberation Struggle: Direct Norwegian Support to SWAPO / Eva Helene Ostbye
  • 3. The South African Liberation Struggle: Official Norwegian Support / Eva Helene Qstbye
  • 4. Norway and "Rhodesia": 1965-1980 / Wolf Lorenz
  • 5. "Fuelling the Apartheid War Machine": A Case Study of Shipowners, Sanctions and Solidarity Movements / Tore Linne Eriksen and Anita Kristensen Krokan
  • 6. The Norwegian Council for Southern Africa (NOCOSA): A Study in Solidarity and Activism / Nina Drolsum
  • 7. The Freedom Struggle in Southern Africa: The Role of the Norwegian Churches 1948-1994 / Berit Hagen Agoy
  • 8. Trade Union Support to the Struggle Against Apartheid: The Role of the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions / Vesla Vetlesen
  • 9. Pioneering Local Activism: The Namibia Association of Norway / Eva Helene Ostbye
  • 10. An Ambiguous Champion: Some Concluding Remarks / Tore Linne Eriksen.