Traces the end of hostilities and negotiations towards peace and elections in Mozambique, examining the many international actors involved, from the covert intervention of South Africa to the role of the UN and that of humanitarian and religious groups. Examines the motivations of the RENAMO guerillas and government reactions, and discusses lessons to be learned in Africa and beyond from the slow progress towards peaceful resolution. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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CHRIS ALDEN Senior Lecturer in International Relations in the University of the Witwatersrand SAM BARNES was attached to both the UNDP and the UN office for Humanitarian Assistance Coordination in Mozambique
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