"'Namibia in the 1980s' is the first in a new series of studies to be published by CIIR under the title 'A Future for Namibia'." -- back cover.
Bibliography: p. 83.
"First published in October 1981". -- verso of t.-p.
"It is now over a decade since the ruling of the International Court of Justice that the South African occupation of Namibia is illegal. The conclusion of this 1971 ruling, that South Africa should withdraw from Namibia, is no less valid today. Ten years of fruitless negotiations have not altered the simple basis for a solution to the 'Namibia problem'; the only legal action open to South Africa is to leave the territory". -- Foreword, p. 7.
Contents: Foreword dated October 1981 -- The Blocking of Namibia's Independence -- Namibia Today -- A Future for Namibia -- Conclusion -- Appendices -- Suggested Further Reading -- Some Other Titles Available from CIIR.
Contents of Appendices: Appendix A : [Examples of the types of incidents in which civilians die] -- Appendix B : Open letter from church leaders to the Secretary-General of the UN, January 1981 -- Appendix C : British Council of Churches statement on British mining in Namibia -- Appendix D : 'Counter Insurgency : A Way of Life'. SWA/Namibia Information Service. Windhoek 1980 -- Appendix E : Statement by the Namibian Council of Churches to the US Delegation on its Visit to Namibia 12 June 1981 -- Appendix F : Statement by the Evangelical Lutheran Ovambokavango Church and Evangelical Lutheran Church in South West Africa (Rheinish Mission) on the 10th Anniversary of the Open Letter to the Prime Minister of South Africa Mr. B.J. Vorster on 30 June 1971.
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