U.S. Role in South Africa's Future


After many decades, there are finally signs of progress in ending South Africa's racist system of apartheid. As the de Klerk government and black nationalists led by Nelson Mandela move closer to the negotiating table, questions are being raised about the future U.S. role in the region. Many people believe the United States must supply substantial financial aid to foster democracy and development in a post-apartheid South Africa. But finding the money will be difficult in a period of severe budgetary constraints and increasing foreign-aid demands.

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