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August 18, 1981

LETTER FROM SOUTH AFRICAN FOREIGN MINISTER R. F. BOTHA ON RELATIONS WITH THE REAGAN ADMINISTRATION

This document was made possible with support from the Leon Levy Foundation, Carnegie Corporation

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    Letter from South African Foreign Minister "Pik" Botha to South African Member of Parliament J.W.K. Wiley on relations with the United States. He notes that there has been a considerable change in policy since the Reagan administration took over from Carter, summarizing that "the Americans are not at present trying to make trouble for us," although that may change if progress is not made on South West Africa, i.e. Namibia.
    "Letter from South African Foreign Minister R. F. Botha on Relations with the Reagan Administration ," August 18, 1981, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, South African Foreign Affairs Archive, file 1/33/3, vol. 77, USA. Obtained and contributed by Or Rabinowitz. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/116767
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