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. This case study of Zambian decision making is designed not merely to illuminate a Third World crisis of unusual interest and importance but also to contribute to knowledge and theory about actor responses under conditions of crisis. It will be of interest to Africanists, diplomatic historians, and students of international crises, conflicts, negotiations, sanctions, and diplomacy, politics
1994. Orig. Cloth binding, xvi,389 pp. Index. Condition : mint. Tight clean copy, no inscriptions. ISBN 9780773512191. Keywords : , Zambia.