Refugees in Southern Africa: Destabilization and Refuges in Southern Africa
Keywords:South Africa, destabilization, refugees, ANC, apartheid
South Africa's policy of destabilization has as its goal the continued domination of the region by the white population of South Africa. It is, in effect, the culmination of the colonial era and an attempt to halt the decolonization process: This has both economic and political implications. It means, for instance, ensuring the maintenance of economic domination established in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries -- in terms of transport network, trade patterns. ownership structures and labour recruitment. It also means the continued political domination by whites by making sure that the African National Congress of South Africa (ANC). which is orchestrating the struggle against apartheid, is given no shelter, logistical support or bases in neighbouring states.
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