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Author Anglin, Douglas G
Title Zambian Crisis Behaviour : Confronting Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence, 1965-1966
Imprint Montreal : MQUP, 1994
©1994
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Tables, Figures, and Maps -- Preface -- PART ONE: CRISIS SETTING -- I: Crisis Decision Making -- II: Zambia and the UDI Crisis -- PART TWO: CRISIS DECISION FLOW -- III: Pre-Crisis Contingency Planning I: Initial Response, 26 April-6 August 1965 -- 1 Defiance -- 2 Copper Airlift -- 3 Military Base Offer -- 4 Coal Mining -- IV: Pre-Crisis Contingency Planning II: Securing the Lifelines to the Sea, 7 August-4 November 1965 -- 5 Unified Rhodesia Railways -- 6 Modernizing Mpulungu Harbour -- 7 Overture to Portugal -- 8 British Financial Commitment -- 9 Anglo-American Airfield Survey -- 10 Rhodesian Arms Seizure -- 11 Reconciliation with Zaire -- 12 Tempering OAU Militancy -- 13 Common Services Rights -- 14 Malawi Oil Route -- V: Crisis Confrontation on Two Fronts I: Military Response, 5 November-2 December 1965 -- 15 Final Warning -- 16 Troop Deployment -- 17 Initial Sanctions -- 18 Kariba Security -- 19 Opposition to OAU Military Intervention -- 20 Rebuffing the British Troop Offer -- 21 RAF Air Cover -- VI: Crisis Confrontation on Two Fronts II: Economic Survival, 3 December 1965-13 January 1966 -- 22 Shunning OAU Diplomatic Sanctions -- 23 Diversifying Dependence -- 24 Oil Sanctions -- 25 Contingency Aid -- 26 Rhodesian Coal Royalty -- 27 Beira Airlift -- 28 Tanzanian Obstruction -- 29 Commonwealth Conference -- 30 The "Quick Kill -- VII: Post-Crisis Planning: Trusting Britain, 14 January-27 April 1966 -- 31 Girding for the Crunch -- 32 Stockpiling Essential Supplies -- 33 Restraining OAU Militancy -- 34 The "Long Haul -- PART THREE: CRISIS BEHAVIOUR PATTERNS -- VIII: Crisis Components -- IX: Crisis and Coping -- X: Stress and Choice -- XI: Significance -- Appendix 1: Content Analysis -- Appendix 2: Statistical Analysis -- Notes -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R
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In this pioneering study Douglas Anglin describes and dissects the process of crisis decision making in Zambia through a detailed reconstruction of the most critical decisions of 1965-66, and assesses the effect of crisis-induced stress on the policy outcomes of President Kenneth Kaunda and other Zambian leaders
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Anglin, Douglas G. Zambian Crisis Behaviour : Confronting Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence, 1965-1966 Montreal : MQUP,c1994 9780773512191
Subject Crisis management in government -- Zambia.;Zambia -- Politics and government -- 1964-1991.;Zambia -- Foreign relations -- Zimbabwe.;Zimbabwe -- Foreign relations -- Zambia
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