This study focuses on contestation over Namibia’s independence. Before the territory became independent on 21 March 1990, it had changed its status from a German colony, to a protectorate of the Union of South Africa, to a mandated territory of the League of Nations and, finally, to a direct responsibility of the United Nations Organization (UNO), while under South Africa’s illegal occupation.
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