South Africa, at war with its own people, is waging an undeclared war against its neighbours, the independent black-ruled states which have the geographical misfortune to share its borders. While the international community argues about whether apartheid represents a threat to international peace and security, the inhabitants of the region mobilize their defences,. As the world dithers over sanctions against South Africa, South Africa imposes economic sanctions against the region. The $ cost is enormous, the loss of life unquantifiable, and the social cost incalculable.

Washington calls its southern Africa policy constructive engagement. Once you have read this book you will be left in no doubt that what is really occurring is destructive engagement on a staggering scale, and you will see why this destruction will continue for as long as apartheid exists. Editors, Phyllis Johnson and David Martin with a team of internationally respected authors.

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Editied by Phyllis Johnson and David Martin, with a Foreword by Julius K. Nyerere. Published by Zimbabwe Publishing House for the Southern African Research and Documentation Centre of Harare in 1986. Soft cover bound this First Edition copy is in Very Good condition, covered in plastic, with an illustrated cover. The size of the book is 205x136x23mm, with 378 pages. ISBN 0949225312. Front cover is scuffed. All pages yellowed uniformly and edges browned.