Compiled by Joan T. Phillips, Bibliographer
Air University Library
Maxwell AFB, AL
South Africa -Foreign Relations-U.S.
Powell, Colin. U.S., South Africa and Africa. South African Journal of International Affairs 8:1-11 Winter 2001.
Powell, Colin L. Remarks at the University of Witwatersrand. DISAM Journal 23:89-96 Summer 2001.
Reprint of the testimony given at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, May 25, 2001.
South Africa: Echoes of September 11. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:6 June 2002.
The United States refuses to grant a visa to Tokyo Sexwale because of his former terrorist activities while a member of the ANC.
South Africa - Health
Booker, Salih and Minter, William. Great Decisions. 2002 ed. New York, Foreign Policy Association, 2002. 110 p.
AIDS in Africa: Is the World Concerned Enough? pp 71-80
Book call no.: R 327.73 G786 2002
Beinart, Peter. Social Disease. New Republic 226:6 January 21, 2002.
Explains Thabo Mbeki's position on AIDS in South Africa.
DC Minister Starts Drive to Combat AIDS in South Africa. Jet 101:46 February 25, 2002.
"Washington minister Rev. Carlton Veazey has taken his successful faith-based program which targets HIV/AIDS prevention and painted at South Africa."
Glaser, Jeff. Cycle of Shame. U.S. News & World Report 132:26-33 May 20, 2002.
The effects of fetal alcohol syndrome on South Africa.
Heads in the Sand. Economist 360:51 September 29, 2001.
"When will South Africa's government acknowledge the size of the problem?
Klein, Reva. Virginity Tests for Girls of Six. Times Educational Supplement No.4450:16 October 12, 2001.
Mandelson, Peter. Genocide by Sloth. New Statesman 131:34-35 February 11, 2002.
Nelson Mandela is "moving into the front line of the 'real war' against AIDS, despite his successor's reluctance to act."
Masland, Tom. Hustling for Corpses. Newsweek 138:45-46 September 17, 2001.
"Because of AIDS, South Africa cemeteries are out of space and bootleg funerals are the nation's hottest new business"
People Power. Economist 362:45 February 2, 2002.
"Will defiance of official policy give South Africans the anti-AIDS drugs they want?"
Smith, Charlene. Warning to the World. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:26-27 December 2001.
AIDS in South Africa.
South Africa/AIDS: Helpless about AIDS. Africa Confidential 42:5-7 December 21, 2001.
"The High Court's AIDS judgment looks good for health, bad for the constitution."
South Africa: Dicing with Death. Africa Confidential 42:7 December 21, 2001.
Discusses the trial of Dr. Wouter Basson, also known as Dr. Death.
Stop Denying the Killer Bug. Economist 362:49-51 February 23, 2002.
"Many voices are calling on South Africa's government to change its misbegotten AIDS policy."
Stoppard, Anthony. SA Doctors Defiant on HIV Drugs. West Africa No.4310:24 January 28, 2002.
"South African doctors are defying the ban on anti-retroviral drugs."
University of Wiwatersrand's Medical School and Four Teaching Hospitals in Johannesburg Have Criticized What They Called the South African Government's Inaction in Response to the AIDS Epidemic. Chronicle of Higher Education 48:A42 December 14, 2001.
Usdin, Shereen. State of Siege. New Internationalist No.346:20-21 June 2002.
"Women in South Africa are brutalized both inside and outside their homes-violence which is driving the AIDS epidemic."
Zondi, Siphamandla. SADC HIV/AIDS Framework: A Regional Response to HIV/AIDS. Africa Insight 31:3-10 December 2001.
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