The Angolan government has won the civil war that tore apart the country for nearly 30 years, “but it now must decide whether to commit the resources and political will necessary to win the peace. Festering security and humanitarian issues, if left unaddressed, will lay the foundation for future instability and warlordism in an already devastated country.”
Angola: Exorcising Savimbi's Ghost
This essay is adapted from “Dealing with Savimbi's Ghost: The Security and Humanitarian Challenges in Angola,” which was published by the International Crisis Group in February 2003. The full report is available at the ICG web site <http://crisisweb.org/projects/showreport.cfm?reportid=905>.
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International Crisis Group; Angola: Exorcising Savimbi's Ghost. Current History 1 May 2003; 102 (664): 206–214. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2003.102.664.206
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