DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY REPORT, 'SOVIET MILITARY AND OTHER ACTIVITIES IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA'
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get citationAn overview of Soviet political, economic and military involvement in Africa. The document asserts that although Moscow continues its policy of taking an active and aggressive role in the affairs of Sub-Saharan Africa, much of the momentum it initially possessed has been lost. Moscow now finds itself holding onto the influence it maintains most notably in Mozambique, Angola and Ethiopia."Defense Intelligence Agency Report, 'Soviet Military and Other Activities in Sub-Saharan Africa'," April, 1984, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, National Security Archive, SA01629. Included in "Southern Africa in the Cold War, Post-1974," edited by Sue Onslow and Anna-Mart Van Wyk. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/118166