Zimbabwe/Rhodesia: Declassified


UK and Zimbabwe, 1979-81 (Prime Minister, Global Black History)


1980s Matabeleland

The Matabeleland Massacres: Britain’s wilful blindness‘ (Hazel Cameron, International History Review, April 2017)

British policy towards Zimbabwe during Matabeleland massacre: licence to kill‘ (The Conversation, 17 September 2017)

UK downplayed Robert Mugabe massacre in Zimbabwe‘ (The Week, 18 May 2017)

Britain “turned blind eye to massacres in Zimbabwe to protect its interests”, study claims‘ (RT, 16 May 2017)

UK downplayed killings in Zimbabwe to guard its interests, study claims‘ (Guardian, 16 May 2017)

Exposed! UK indicted in Mugabe genocide‘ (National Daily Newspaper, 14 May 2017)

Britain “turned blind eye” to Mugabe army unit atrocities‘ (Times, 26 April 2017)

Mugabe conspired with Britain to Kill over 20 000 people in Matabeleland- British researcher‘ (Bulowayo 24 News, 25 Apr 2017)

Rationalizing Gukurahundi: Cold War and South African Foreign Relations with Zimbabwe, 1981-1983‘ (Kronos, January 2011)



The Anglo-American and Commonwealth Negotiations for a Zimbabwean Settlement between Geneva and Lancaster, 1977–1979‘ (Timothy Scarnecchia, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, September 2017)

‘Cables reveal how US and UK sought to plunder Zimbabwe’s resources’ (WSWS, 6 January 2011)

‘FO’s fight over Mugabe’s wife’ (Guardian, 1 November 2005)