Consists of five contributions: I. South Africa: the case for mandatory economic sanctions (p. 1-20); II. United Nations sanctions and South Africa: lessons from the case of Southern Rhodesia (p. 21-55); III. South Africa imposes sanctions against its neighbours (p. 56-77); IV. People's sanctions now (p. 78-83); V. Sanctions against South Africa: a selective bibliography, 1981-1986 (p. 84-201). U.N. sales number: E.88.I.5.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Bibliography: pages 86-201.