Mobutu or chaos?: the United States and Zaire, 1960-1990
Mobutu or Chaos? is the latest product of the Foreign Policy Research Institute's study on _friendly tyrants._ Like its predecessors, it tackles the thorny question of how to deal with the pro-U.S. authoritarian regimes that have bedeviled U.S. foreign policy for the better part of forty years.
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Action in Zaire Adam Garfinkle administration Adoula Allen Dulles ambassador American Angola anti-Soviet April assassination Belgian Carter central CIA's Cited cobalt Congo Cables congressional coup Covert Action Crawford Young crisis Daniel Pipes democracy and human democratic Dialectics of Oppression Dymally economic Fiscal FLNC FNLA forces Foreign Assistance Legislation Friendly Tyrants human rights International June Kamina Kasavubu Katanga Kennedy Kinshasa Kisangani logistical Lubumbashi Lumumba Michael G military million Mobutu or chaos Mobutu Sese Seko Mobutu's regime Mobutu's tyranny party Patrice Lumumba percent policy makers policy toward Zaire political police Reagan reform regime's Rise and Decline Schatzberg secession Shaba Soviet Union state's Stockwell Subcommittee on Africa tion troops Tshombe Tshombe's U.S. Congress U.S. foreign policy U.S. government U.S. officials U.S. policy U.S. Relations U.S. support UDPS United Nations University Press Washington Post Weissman World Bank York Zaire Zaire and Angola Zaire's Zairian Zairian army