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In Africa no European country has had an influence as Britain. The first tangible break in the development was achieved by the South African parliament in 1934. But already Britain had shaped and predetermined South Africa’s future. The country wanted no other than evolutionary change, and this theme informed all administrations. Deception was the name of the game as was the violation of resolutions of the United Nations. Thus by the 1990s Britain was relative to other European countries in a far better position to influence the policies of an African National Congress run government.
- Xlibris, August 2011
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