Pastor General's Report
On The World SceneOn The World Scene

U.S. AFRICA POLICY FIASCO The United States and Britain have painted themselves into a corner on the Rhodesia situation. Both countries have refused to accept as final the "internal settlement" plan as reached by Prime Minister Ian Smith and three moderate black leaders, even though it provides, by the end of the year, for a universal - franchise, black majority rule government, with appropriate safeguards of the white population (for ten years). The terms of the agreement are basically those former Secretary of State Kissinger proposed to Ian Smith in September 1976, which Smith accepted - and so did the leaders of surrounding black states until the Soviets forced the latter to change their-minds.

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Pastor General's ReportApril 17, 1978Vol 2 No. 13