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Cold war liberation

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Cold War Liberation examines the African revolutionaries who led armed struggles in three Portuguese colonies-Angola, Mozambique, and Guinea-Bissau-and their liaisons in Moscow, Prague, East Berlin, and Sofia. By reconstructing a multidimensional story that focuses on both the impact of the Soviet Union on the end of the Portuguese Empire in Africa and the effect of the anticolonial struggles on the Soviet Union, Natalia Telepneva bridges the gap between the narratives of individual anticolonial movements and those of superpower rivalry in sub-Saharan Africa during the Cold War. Drawing on newly available archival sources from Russia and Eastern Europe and interviews with key participants, Telepneva emphasizes the agency of African liberation leaders who enlisted the superpower into their movements via their relationships with middle-ranking members of the Soviet bureaucracy. These administrators had considerable scope to shape policies in the Portuguese colonies which in turn increased the Soviet commitment to decolonization in the wider region. An innovative reinterpretation of the relationships forged between African revolutionaries and the countries of the Warsaw Pact, Cold War Liberation is a bold addition to debates about policy-making in the Global South during the Cold War.

Artikelnummer: 40211 Categorie: Tags: , ,
Subtitel: The Soviet Union and the Collapse of the Portuguese Empire in Africa, 1961–1975
Auteur: Telepneva, Natalia
Jaar: 2022
ISBN: 9781469665863
Pagina's: 228
Taal: English
Uitgever: University of North Carolina Press
Uitgever stad: Chapel Hill
Verschijningsdatum: 2022-06-22
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