Dirty Work 2 The CIA in Africa (PDF Download)

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Why This Book Matters To You

You’re in for an unflinching look at the CIA’s actions in Africa, presented through a critical lens. If you’re keen on understanding the complexities of international espionage and its impact on African soil, this is your read. Authored by voices with firsthand experience, such as ex-CIA officer Philip Agee and former operative John Stockwell, this book pulls back the curtain on covert operations.

Inside The Pages

Dive right into a chapter that reveals how media narratives were shaped by CIA influence, particularly in Angola. Real instances of manipulation within Western and African news outlets are exposed. Unpack the tangled web of relationships between the CIA and South Africa’s notorious BOSS during apartheid times.

It doesn’t stop there. You’ll get insight into how academics and trade unions became pawns in geopolitical games. British clandestine activities in Africa are also laid bare, alongside secret correspondences from Angolan leader Jonas Savimbi. There’s even a detailed account on Western support for Uganda’s Idi Amin.

Seymour Hersh takes you through Ghana’s political upheaval and the demise of Kwame Nkrumah with alleged CIA involvement. Plus, uncover the truth behind Mozambique’s Eduardo Mondlane’s assassination.

This Book Is For You If…

If you’re someone who values historical accuracy over sanitized narratives, or if you’re studying international relations with a focus on Africa – this collection serves as an essential resource. It’s also perfect for those curious about lesser-known facets of Cold War-era politics or anyone striving to grasp the real-world consequences of espionage.

Pull up a chair and prepare to see history from an angle often left in shadows. This isn’t just another book; it’s a critical examination of power plays that have shaped nations.

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