US-Soviet Relations and Angola

Klinghoffer, Arthur J.
January 1986
Harvard International Review;Jan/Feb1986, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p15
Academic Journal
The article discusses the involvement of the U.S. and Soviet Union in resolving the Angolan conflict in 1975-1976. The dispute started when an Angolan national liberation effort was established in an attempt to secure independence from Portugal. Both nations have set strategic efforts to establish a peaceful resolution to the continuing struggle in Angola. The Soviet Union has furnished military assistance to the People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola.


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