by Brooks Marmon
The Trump administration's adoption of immigration restrictions during the COVID crisis echoes the racial and economic agenda of the white settler regime in Rhodesia.
by Elaine Shannon
Paul LeRoux has to be seen in the context of the history of southern Africa, a rapacious, swash-buckling profiteer trading in guns, drugs, gold, timber, false documents and human life.
SOURCE: Imperial & Global Forum
by R. Joseph Parrott
To win friends during the Cold War Rhodesia and South Africa, playing up its anti-communism, courted the white south.
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