Mobutu or chaos?: the United States and Zaire, 1960-1990

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University Press of America, 1991 - History - 115 pages
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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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MICHAEL G. SCHATZBERG is Associate Professor of Comparative Politics and African Studies at the School of Advanced International Studies of the Johns Hopkins University.

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