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Angola: Between War and Stalemate - Again?

“Angola’s armies are on the march once more. The long awaited Angolan Army (FAA) offensive against UNITA on the central Plains (‘Planalto’) commenced on 14 September, with the activation of three fronts from the cities of Huambo, Cuito and Malanje...

Escaping the Oil Curse and Making Poverty History: A Review of the Oil and Gas Policy and Legal Framework for Uganda

"The recent discovery of commercially viable oil deposits in the Abertine Graben region of Uganda (Lake Albert basin) raised hopes that the enormous revenues expected to accrue would make poverty history. At the same time however, the discovery ha...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 7, no. 1, 1983

“In this issue Professor John Barratt and Professor Gerald Bender wrote articles on Namibia and Angola which pointed to some of the divergent assumptions and perceptions which bedevil the current outlook for the region and for Namibian independenc...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 3, 1978

In this issue, contents include notes on authors and their articles; German Foreign Policy; Salt II and Western Security; the Communist Powers and Africa; Cuba, Angola and the West; Short Term South African Foreign Policy Alternatives; and Implica...

Britain's Relation with South Africa

"A great deal of the historical studies of the Anglo-South African relationship are based on the premise that Britain won the war in South Africa in 1902 but was impotent in the face of local white assertion. The main aim of this paper would be to...

Small Arms Proliferation and Control in Southern Africa

"This study examines the proliferation of small arms in Southern Africa in the light of the peace processes which have brought an end to the armed conflict in the region. The control of these weapons which have been distributed far and wide, both...

Angola: Can Humpty Dumpty be put back together again?

"The ongoing war has exacted a terrible toll on Angola and its people. Potentially one of Africa's richest countries, with diverse natural resources and agro-ecological zones suited to the growing of a wide range of food and cash crops, it has bee...

Angola/Namibia: Prospects for a peaceful settlement

This article reports the announcement on 20 July 1988 that the Angolan, Cuban and South African governments had agreed on ‘a set of essential principles to establish the basis for peace in the South-western region of Africa.’ The principles also s...

SAIIA Southern Africa Record no 21

This edition is covering letters and statements on the negotiation with regard to Namibia from the South African Foreign Minister to the United Nations Secretary –General and from the United Nations Secretary-General to the South African Foreign M...

SAIIA Southern Africa Record No 50

The first item is an advisory opinion of Proclamation R101 of the Republic of South Africa and covers legal aspects of the Namibian independence negotiations. The next item is extracts relating to the withdrawal of criminal proceedings arising on ...

SAIIA Southern Africa Record No 37

The contents of this Record includes background on the Cahora Bassa project as well as statements from Mozambique and South Africa on the project. It also contains messages and proposals on the Namibian problems and a testimony on US policy toward...

International Perspectives: Extracts from Addresses by Deputy-President Thabo Mbeki, His Excellency Salim Ahmed Salim, His Excellency Foreign Minister J D Barroso, the Right Honourable Lord Carrington

Thabo Mbeki in his address on Foreign Policy in a new democratic South Africa talks about the Freedom Charter and the principles underlying the country's foreign relations. Salim Salim in his speech highlights the transition to democracy in South ...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 7, no. 2, 1983

This bulletin includes 4 articles and several book reviews. The first article on Angola describes the background factors to the Angolan developments and the conflict in Angola after the end of colonial rule. The next article focuses on the controv...

Conversations with Ahtisaari

"Conversations with Ahtisaari is a small tribute to a great mediator, Martti Ahtisaari, and his steadfast commitment to peace throughout the world. From Namibia to Kosovo, the 2008 Nobel Peace Laureate and former president of Finland has played an...

China's Lusophone connection

"In October 2003, unnoticed by the rest of the world, Macau hosted the first ministerial meeting of the Forum for Trade and Economic Cooperation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries (hereafter referred to as the Macau Forum), bringing t...

The Lusaka talks and prospects for Namibian independence

This document gives background to the talks held in Lusaka between 11 and 13 May 1984. Previous talks between Angola, South Africa and the United States on 16 February resulted in the Lusaka Agreement which created the Joint Monitoring Commission,...

Angola: What hope for an end to the war?

This update reports on the war in Angola. The United States government favours a return to the Lusaka Peace process to establish peace in the region . However this is rejected outright by UNITA who argues that Angola can only be rebuild on the bas...

Neither fish nor Fowl(er)? Peace efforts in Angola

Robert Fowler presented the UN Security Council with a 14 point plan designed to strenghten sanctions against the Angolan Rebel movement UNITA. This update explains the current situation in war torn Angola and then describes Fowler's plan for sanc...

Angolan scenarios

National and international opinion is currently being conditioned for imminent conflict between President Jose Eduardo dos Santos' MPLA government and the UNITA movement of Dr. Jonas Savimbi. Blame is already cast on UNITA and its intransigence to...

Angola: Getting riper for peace?

"Successful conflict mediation teaches that three conditions are necessary for political negotiations to produce long-term results: first, external consensus and pressure for the parties to compromise. Second, the establishment of common ground i...

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