AFRICA


July 2001
Compiled by Joan T. Phillips, Bibliographer
Air University Library
Maxwell AFB, AL


Congo (Kinshasa) 
Cote D'Ivoire


Congo (Kinshasa) 


 Books

Please note: A call number beginning with "R" denotes a reference book.

Africa 2001, edited by Charles H. Cutter. 36th ed. Harpers Ferry, WV, Stryker-Post Publications, 2001. 273 p.
General information about each country including history.
Book call no.: R 916 D724a 36th ed 2001

Africa Contemporary Record, edited by Colin Legum. New York, Africana Publishing, 2000. 1 vol.
Review of the affairs in each country. See table of contents for pages.
Book call no.: 960 A2584 v.24 1992/94

Africa South of the Sahara 2001. 30th ed. London, Europa Publications, 2001. 1279 p.
For most countries includes: physical and social geography, history, economy, statistical survey, directory and bibliography.
Book call no.: R 916.7 A258 30th ed 2001

Anderson, Ewan W. Global Geopoltical Flashpoints: An Atlas of Conflict. London, Stationery Office, 2000. 391 p.
Democratic Republic of Congo, pp 86-88.
Book call no.: 327.101 A546g

Berman, Eric G. and Sams, Katie E. Peacekeeping in Africa: Capabilities and Culpabilities. Geneva, Switzerland, United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, 2000. 540 p.
Zaire (1977-1979), pp 217-220. 
Book call no.: 341.584096 B516p

Congressional Budget Justification for Foreign Operations Fiscal Year 2001. Washington, United States. Secretary of State, 2000. 725 p.
For each country lists amount of various types of aid given plus the U.S. interest in that country, and objectives and justification.
Book call no.: R 355.0320973 C749 Fy2002

Jane's Sentinel: Security Assessment: Central Africa 2000. Alexandria, VA, Jane's Information Group, 2000. 583 p.
Has general information about each country and detailed information about each country's defense.
Book call no.: R 967 J33 2000 Jul-Dec

The Military Balance 2000-2001. London, Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2000. 320 p.
Democratic Republic of Congo, p 267.
Book call no.: R 355 L847m 2000/2001

Multiparty Democracy and Political Change: Constraints to Democratization in Africa, edited by John Mukum Mbaku and others. Brookfield, CT, Ashgate, 1998. 333 p. (Contemporary Perspectives on Developing Societies)
Beyond Mobutu: The Opposition and the Struggle for Democracy in Zaire by Osita G. Afoaku, pp 281-303.
Book call no.: 320.96 M961

Peacebuilding: A Field Guide, edited by Luc Reychler and Thania Paffenholz. Boulder, CO, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001. 573 p.
Burundi, Rwanda, and Congo by Filip Reyntjens and Stef Vandeginste, pp 128-138.
Book call no.: 303.69 P355

Political Risk Yearbook 2001: Volume 4 Sub-Saharan Africa, edited by William D. Coplin and Michael K. O'Leary. East Syracuse, NY, PRS Group, 2001. 1 vol.
For each country includes information about political framework, economic framework, and forecasts.
Book call no.: R 956.05 P769 2001

Politics and Economics of Africa, Volume I edited by Frank Columbus. Huntington, NY, Nova Science Publishers, 2001. 203 p.
Violent Culture or a Culture of Violence? Militia-Formation in Eastern Congo by Ruddy Doom and Koen Vlassenroot, pp 57-81.
Book call no.: 320.96 P7694

Regionalisation in Africa: Integration & Disintegration
, edited by Daniel C. Bach. Bloomington IN, Indiana University Press, 1999. 235 p.
The Collapse the 'Congo/Zaire' & Its Regional Impact by Edouard Bustin, pp 81-90.
 Personal Networks & Trans-Frontier Trade: Zairean & Congolese Migrants by Janet Mac Gaffey & Remy Bazenguissa-Ganga, pp 179-187.
Book call no.: 320.967 R336

Russell, Alec. Big Men, Little People: The Leaders Who Defined Africa. New York, New York University Press, 1999. 334 p.
The King of Kleptocracy: Mobutu Sese Seko - the Curse of Corruption, pp 9-40.
Book call no.: 967.032 R961b

Saideman, Stephen M. The Ties That Divide: Ethnic Politics, Foreign Policy, and International Conflict. New York, Columbia University Press, 2001. 276 p.
Understanding the Congo Crisis, 1960-1963, pp 36-69.
Book call no.: 327 S132t

The Statesman's Yearbook: the Politics, Cultures, and Economies of the World 2001, edited by Barry Turner. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 1985 p.
For each country gives information such as history, territory and population, social statistics, constitution and government, recent elections, current administration, defense, international relations, economy, energy and natural resources, trade, communications, social institutions, culture, and diplomatic representatives.
Book call no.: R310 St2 137th ed 2001

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. SIPRI Yearbook 2000: Armaments, Disarmaments and International Security. New York, Oxford University Press, 2000. 758 p.
The War in the Democratic Republic of Congo by Taylor B. Seybolt, pp 59-75.
Book call no.: 341.67 S864s 2000

Strategic Survey 2000/2001. London, Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2000. 1 vol.
Congo: Less Fighting, but No Peace, pp 227-235.
Book call no.: R 327 L8471s 2000/2001

UN Peacekeeping: A Documentary Introduction, edited by Michael Bothe and Thomas Dorschel. Boston, Kluwer Law International, 1999. 319 p.
ONUC United Nations Operations in the Congo, p 136.
Book call no.: 327.117 U54

United States. Congress. Senate and House. Committee on Foreign Relations and Committee on International Relations. Legislation on Foreign Relations through 2000. Washington, GPO, 2001. 2 vols.
Assistance for Zaire, p 620.
Book call no.: 327.73 L697L 2000

United States. Dept. of State. World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers 1998. Washington, GPO, 2000. 208 p.
Book call no.: R 355 A734w 1998

Wrong, Michela. In the Footsteps of Mr. Kurtz: Living on the Brink of Disaster in Mobutu's Congo. New York, HarperCollins Publishers, 2001. 338 p.
Book call no.: 967.5103 W957i

 Periodicals

3 Million Dead. New African No.397:15 June 2001.

Akpata-Ohohe, Bunmi. Congo: Child Soldiers. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:9 July 2001.
Focuses on child soldiers being used in the conflict in the Congo.

Akpata-Ohohe, Bunmi. Congo-Kinshasa: Peacekeepers Stay Away. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:7 August 2000.
"The UN has abandoned plans to send its first peacekeeping troops to the country."

Akpata-Ohohe, Bunmi. Congo: Rwandan Troops Accused of Massacre. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:6 October 2000.

Ankomah, Baffour. Behind Every 'Successful' Darling...There Is a World Bank (Sorry) Donor. New African No.397:34-36 June 2001.
World Bank praises Uganda's economic success, but author accuses Uganda of looting the resources from Congo.

Ankomah, Baffour. The Darlings Are Falling. New African No.397:30-33 June 2001.
"Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi have been named and shamed at last by the UN investigation into the looting of Congo's resources."

Ankomah, Baffour. Kabila: 44 Months Are a Long Time in Politics. New African No.394:20-22 March 2001.
Excerpts from the British press 1997-2001 about President Kabila.

Bartholet, Jeffrey. Death of a Dictator. Newsweek 137:42-43 January 29, 2001.
"Laurent Kabila promised hope and brought misery. In his assassination, some see a chance for peace."

Baxter, James. The Business of War. World Today 57:16-17 February 2001.
Wonders if peace is a possibility after the death of Laurent Kabila.

Boateng, Osei. The Poison Designed to Produce an African Disease. New African No.390:22-27 November 2000.
Discusses a new book which "tells how the famous poison dispatched by Washington to kill Lumumba in 1960, was in fact 'designed to produce one of the diseases endemic to central Africa so that Lumumba's death would look like an unfortunate accident."

Braeckman, Colette. A Moral Minefield. New Scientist 169:46-47 April 7, 2001.
Opinion that the fighting in the Congo is prolonged over control of reserves of tantalum, which is used in cell phones.

Burundi: Laurent's Legacy. Africa Confidential 42:5-6 January 26, 2001.
Examines the effect of Laurent Kabila's death on the strife in Burundi.

Campbell, Horace G. Generals, Democrats and U.S. Policy. West Africa No.4263:22-23 February 19, 2001.
Discusses the U.S. policy in the Congo.

Campling, Liam. Fingers in the Congo Pie. West Africa No.4275:16-18 May 14, 2001.
Examines the war in the Congo with its regional aspects.

Campling, Liam. Rebels, Mines and Mercenaries. West Africa No.4276:24-26 May 21, 2001.
Analyzes the prospects for peace in the Congo.

Children at War. U.S. News & World Report 130:10 June 25, 2001.
Table shows number of children after war in Burundi, Uganda, Angola, and Congo.

Clark, John F. Explaining the Ugandan Intervention in Congo: Evidence and Interpretations. Journal of Modern African Studies 39:261-287 June 2001.

Congo. Far Eastern Economic Review 164:14 May 31, 2001.
Thai forestry workers kidnapped in the Congo.

Congo after Kabila. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:8-14+ February 2001.
Several articles about the death of President Laurent Kabila, the Zimbabwe connection, and the new president, Joseph Kabila.

Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo). Military Technology 25:269 World Defence Almanac 2000-2001.
Force structure.

Congo/France: End of Empire. Africa Confidential 41:8 December 23, 2000.
President Nguesso of Congo-Brazzaville is trying to broker peace for Congo-Kisnshasa.

Congo-Kinshasa: A Losing Gamble. Africa Confidential 41:1-3 September 1, 2000.
"Under renewed military pressure President Kabila's regime does not understand the strength of its opponents."

Congo-Kinshasa: Bonding in Brussels. Africa Confidential 41:7 November 24, 2000.
It appears that President Kabila will not attend peace talks in Brussels.

Congo-Kinshasa: Dropping Kabila. Africa Confidential 41:3-5 October 13, 2000.
"Regional powers led by Angola are pressuring Congo's leader to talk peace."

Congo-Kinshasa: Friends Abroad, Foes at Home. Africa Confidential 42:4-5 July 13, 2001.
"Aid has restarted but dialogue has stalled and foreign troops stay put."

Congo-Kinshasa: Hope Springs Eternal. Africa Confidential 42:3-5 February 23, 2001.
"Young President Kabila has done more than expected for peace."

Congo-Kinshasa I: Kabila Est Mort, Vive Kabila! Africa Confidential 42:1-2 January 26, 2001.
"The plot to kill the President has created the country's first dynasty and left a door ajar for peace."

Congo-Kinshasa II: The Pro-Consuls Decide. Africa Confidential 42:2-3 January 26, 2001.
"Kabila's murder will increase foreign meddling in Kinshasa politics."

Congo-Kinshasa: Kabila Remains Defiant. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:7 September 2000.

Congo-Kinshasa: Le Petit Looks Good. Africa Confidential 42:8 February 9, 2001.
Comments on the new president of Congo, Joseph Kabila.

Congo-Kinshasa: Plots Galore. Africa Confidential 42:8 April 6, 2001.
Inquires into the assassination of President Laurent Kabila.

Congo-Kinshasa: Question of Survival. Africa Confidential 42:8 March 9, 2001.
Reports the arrest of Colonel Kapend who shot the man who shot President Kabila.

Congo-Kinshasa: The Man from Uncle. Africa Confidential 42:8 April 20, 2001.
President Kabila has shuffled the government, replacing some of his father's ministers.

Congo-Kinshasa: War Economy. Africa Confidential 42:3-4 May 4, 2001.
"The UN report on the pillage of Congo saw just one side of the issue."

Congo-Kinshasa/Zimbabwe: Soldiers of Misfortune. Africa Confidential 41:6-7 September 15, 2000.
"Mercenaries and miners will play a key role in President Kabila's latest offensive."

Congo's New President Meets the World. Economist 358:43 March 10, 2001.

Congo Without Kabila. Economist 358:39-40 January 20, 2001.
"Few will mourn Laurent Kabila. But his assassination leaves war-wrenched Congo in a state of dangerous uncertainty."

Congolese President Confirmed Dead. Maclean's 114:28 January 29, 2001.
Reports the assassination of Laurent Kabila.

Counting the Cost of War in the DRC. West Africa No.4286:36 July 30, 2001.

Daring to Hope, Again. Economist 359:46-47 June 2, 2001.
"A UN delegation to Central Africa found concession-making fashionable."

Democratic Republic of Congo: Peace Effort Threatened. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:8 January 2001.

End of the Road for Kabila? West Africa No.4259:9 January 22, 2001.
Early report about the death of President Laurent Kabila

Fyffe, Steven. Ttantalum Carnage Continues in the Congo. Electronic News 47:1+ July 2, 2001.
Effects of the war on tantalum ore supplies.

Gibbs, David N. The United Nations, International Peacekeeping and the Question of 'Impartiality': Resisting the Congo Operation of 1960. Journal of Modern African Studies 38:359-382 September 2000.

Gorevitch, Philip. Forsaken. New Yorker 76:52-62 September 25, 2000.
The war in Congo and its effect on the area.

Hennessy, Michael A. Operation "Assurance": Planning a Multi-National Force for Rwanda/Zaire. Canadian Military Journal 2:11-20 Spring 2001.

In Congo, War Gets Serious. Economist 356:51 September 23, 2000.

In Limbo. Economist 360:46+ July 28, 2001.
"Rwanda's vain attempt to suppress rebels based in eastern Congo."

International Community Takes a Close Look at Conflict Diamonds. UN Chronicle 37,no.3:64 2000.

Is the World's Soft on Kabila? Economist 360:46 July 28, 2001.
Examines the presidency of Joseph Kabila.

Janney, Hailes. Kabila Breaks with Past to Welcome UN. Jane's Intelligence Review 13:47-49 April 2001.

Kabila, a Victor in Peace. Economist 359:39 May 5, 2001.
"The son, more statesmanlike than his father, has been helped by a UN report."

Kabila Assassinated! New African No.393:13 February 2001.

Kabila Is Dead, Long Live Kabila. Economist 358:45 January 27, 2001.
"Joseph Kabila has inherited Congo's presidency from his father Laurent, but not much power to go with it."

Kabila Sacks Cabinet. West Africa No.4271:28 April 16, 2001.

Kamara, Jean. Kabila's Diplomatic Offensive. West Africa No.4262:23 February 12, 2001.

Kamara, Jean. The Wealth Plunderers. West Africa No.4273:23-24 April 30, 2001.
States that the participants in the conflict in the Congo are plundering the natural resources.

Kigotho, Wachira. Boys Smuggled out to Kill. Times Educational Supplement No.4402:14 November 10, 2000.
Boys as young as 10 are being recruited to fight in the Congo by Uganda and Rwanda.

Kimani, Wambui. In Rwanda's Occupation Zone. West Africa No.4270:22-23 April 9, 2001.
A journalist recounts his visit to Rwandan territory inside the Congo.

Kimani, Wambui. Old Regime Troops Changing Sides. West Africa No.4271:22-23 April 16, 2001.
Discusses Rwandan troops in the Congo.

Kimani, Wambui. Witnessing Rwanda's Withdrawal. West Africa No.4269:21-22 April 2, 2001.
Rwandan troops leave the Congo.

Lokongo, Antoine. Congo: Business as Usual? New African No.397:28-29 June 2001.
Interviews Tim Read of American Mineral Fields.

Lokongo, Antoine. The Suffering of Congo. New African No.388:20-23 September 2000.

Longman, Timothy. Congo: A Tale of Two Churches. America 184:12-14 April 2, 2001.
"Ethnic bias creates major problems for the church."

The Looters from Abroad. New African No.396:17 May 2001.
UN Panel urges strong measures against looters of natural resources in Congo.

Marching out, and in again? Economist 358:44 March 10, 2001.
Is Rwanda truly leaving the Congo?

Misser, Francois. Congo: Behind Rebel Lines. New African No.388:24 September 2000.
Tells "how Kabila's airforce has been bombarding civilian targets in the Equator Region."

Misser, Francois. The Joseph of Kinshasa. New African No.394:18-19 March 2001.
Looks at the future for the new President Kabila.

Misser, Francois. Lumumba's Investigation Makes Progress. New African No.392:28-29 January 2001.

Misser, Francois. Lumumba: The Truth Comes Slowly. New African No.398:12-13 July 2001.
Investigates relationship between Belgium and the death of Lumumba.

Misser, Francois. Was It Murder by Order? New African No.394:16-17 March 2001.
Discusses various theories on how and why President Kabila was assassinated.

Muvumba, Angela N. What Next after Kabila's Death? West Africa No.4261:25 February 5, 2001.

Mwalulu, Jackson. His Own Man. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:16-17 March 2001.
Expresses hope for Congo under the leadership of Joseph Kabila.

Mwalulu, Jackson. Unlike Father, Like Son. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:27 May 2001.
Studies the tasks ahead for President Joseph Kabila.

Neethling, Theo. Peacekeeping Challenges in the DRC. Africa Insight 30:33-42 December 2000.

Neethling, Theo. Peacekeeping in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Reflections on the Response of the United Nations. SALUT 7:14-18 August 2000.

Nest, Michael. Ambitions, Profits and Loss: Zimbabwean Economic Development in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. African Affairs 100:469-490 July 2001.

Opportunity Knocks (Congo). World Oil 221:88-89 August 2000.
Explores the oil industry and Congo.

Peace Here Means War Elsewhere. Economist 359:44 June 23, 2001.
Does peace in the Congo mean war in neighboring countries?

Peace Watch 2000: The Year in Review. UN Chronicle 37,no.4:60-68 2000.

Pearce, Fred. Lifeline for Congo. New Scientist 171:6 July 14, 2001.
"Plant breeders are hoping to prevent famine in war-ravaged Congo by stemming the advance of a deadly new virus that attacks its staple crop, cassava."

Rake, Alan. Where Kabila Went Wrong. New African No.394:23-25 March 2001.

Reyntjens, Filip. Briefing: The Democratic Republic of Congo, from Kabila to Kabila. African Affairs 100:311-317 April 2001.

Robinson, Simon. The Day of the Assassin. Time 157:51 January 29, 2001.
Reports the assassination of Laurent Kabila.

Rwanda/Congo-Kinshasa: Conditional Offers. Africa Confidential 41:7 October 27, 2000.
"All the Congo combatants talk peace and prepare for war."

Rwanda: Troops in DRC. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:9 March 2001.
Rwanda refuses to remove troops from Congo.

Sebunya, Crespo. American Responsibilities. New African No.397:36 June 2001.
Holds the U.S. partly responsible for problems in Congo.

Smith, Stephen. Beyond the Sentries of Hell. New Statesman 130:32-33 January 29, 2001.
The assassination of Laurent Kabila.

A Snub from Kabila. Economist 356:39 August 19, 2000.
"Congo's ruler is now irritating his allies as well as his opponents."

Some 800 Accused of Witchcraft, Blamed for Diseases Killed in Congo. Jet 100:46 July 30, 2001.

The Stage Set for Deployment in the DRC. SALUT 7:12 August 2000.
"The SANDF is prepared and ready to deploy a contention of specialists to the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

A Strategy of Taking No Wounded? Army Times 61:6 January 15, 2001.
"Government troops in the Congo, engaged in a war with rebels, claimed they have been told to shoot wounded comrades because the government does not have the money for medical evacuation."

Strindburg, Anders. Burundi Heats up as Congo Cools Down. Janes Intelligence Review 13:40-41 July 2001.

Taylor, Ian and Williams, Paul. South African Foreign Policy and The Great Lakes Crisis: African Renaissance Meets Vagabondage Politique? African Affairs 100:265-286 April 2001.

Turner, Thomas. The Kabilas' Congo. Current History 100:213-218 May 2001.

UN Finds Congo Child Soldiers. West Africa No.4265:31 March 5, 2001.

UN Special Envoy Wants Children As Top Priority. West Africa No.4281:27 June 25, 2001.
Calls "for the protection and rehabilitation of war-affected children to become a top priority in the DRC."

Weiss, Herbert. Civil War in the Congo. Society 38:67-71 March/April 2001.
Not only discusses the war in the Congo but also the background.

Whitelaw, Kevin. A Kabila out, a Kabila in. U.S. News & World Report 130:24 January 29, 2001.
Joseph Kabila is chosen to replace his assassinated father, Laurent Kabila.


Cote D'Ivoire


 Books

Please note: A call number beginning with "R" denotes a reference book.

Africa 2001, edited by Charles H. Cutter. 36th ed. Harpers Ferry, WV, Stryker-Post Publications, 2001. 273 p.
General information about each country including history.
Book call no.: R 916 D724a 36th ed 2001

Africa Contemporary Record, edited by Colin Legum. New York, Africana Publishing, 2000. 1 vol.
Review of the affairs in each country. See table of contents for pages.
Book call no.: 960 A2584 v.24 1992/94

Africa South of the Sahara 2001. 30th ed. London, Europa Publications, 2001. 1279 p.
For most countries includes: physical and social geography, history, economy, statistical survey, directory and bibliography.
Book call no.: R 916.7 A258 30th ed 2001

Congressional Budget Justification for Foreign Operations Fiscal Year 2001. Washington, United States. Secretary of State, 2000. 725 p.
For each country lists amount of various types of aid given plus the U.S. interest in that country, and objectives and justification.
Book call no.: R 355.0320973 C749 Fy200

The Military Balance 2000-2001. London, Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2000. 320 p.
Cote D'Ivoire, p 266.
Book call no.: R 355 L847m 2000/2001

Political Risk Yearbook 2001: Volume 4 Sub-Saharan Africa, edited by William D. Coplin and Michael K. O'Leary. East Syracuse, NY, PRS Group, 2001. 1 vol.
For each country includes information about political framework, economic framework, and forecasts.
Book call no.: R 956.05 P769 2001

State Building and Democratization in Africa: Faith, Hope and Realities, edited by Kidane Mengisteab and Cyrill Daddieh. Westport, CT, Praeger, 1999. 292 p.
Economic Reform and Political Liberalization in Ghana and Cote D'Ivoire: A Preliminary Assessment of Implications for Nation Building by E. Gyimah-Boadi and Cyril Daddieh, pp 125-155.
Book call no.: 320.967 S747

The Statesman's Yearbook: the Politics, Cultures, and Economies of the World 2001, edited by Barry Turner. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 1985 p.
For each country gives information such as history, territory and population, social statistics, constitution and government, recent elections, current administration, defense, international relations, economy, energy and natural resources, trade, communications, social institutions, culture, and diplomatic representatives.
Book call no.: R310 St2 137th ed 2001

United States. Dept. of State. World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers 1998. Washington, GPO, 2000. 208 p.
Book call no.: R 355 A734w 1998

Periodicals

Akpata-Ohohe, Bunmi. Cote D'Ivoire: Guei Survives Attack. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:7 October 2000.
Assassination attempt on General Guei on September 18th.

Akpata-Ohohe, Bunmi. Cote D'Ivoire: Referendum. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:6 August 2000.

All Friends, for Today. Economist 357:60 November 11, 2000.
A fragile peace is made between followers of Larent Gbagbo and Alassance Ouattrara.

Butty, James. Ouattara in the Eye of the Storm. West Africa No.4265:17-18 March 5, 2001.
Former Prime Minister Ouattara speaks out on problems in Cote D'Ivoire.

Copnall, James. Finger of Blame. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:24-25 February 2001.
"A failed coup attempt has further undermined Cote D'Ivoire's sense of security."

Cote D'Ivoire. Military Technology 25:269-270 World Defence Almanac 2000-2001.
Force structure.

Cote D'Ivoire: Conditionally Yours. Africa Confidential 42:8 July 13, 2001.
Cote D'Ivoire receives aid from the European Union.

Cote D'Ivoire: Dialogue de Sourds. Africa Confidential 42:8 February 23, 2001.
Although the dialogue between the EU and Cote D'Ivoire has been reestablished, aid is not forthcoming.

Cote D'Ivoire: Gbagbo's Next Test. Africa Confidential 41:5-7 November 10, 2000.
Anticipates elections for the National Assembly on October 22.

Cote D'Ivoire: Guei Goes It Alone. Africa Confidential 41:3-4 September 29, 2000.
"The army and the OAU are both at odds with the General.

Cote D'Ivoire: Home and Away. Africa Confidential 42:8 May 4, 2001.
Politics in Cote D'Ivoire.

Cote D'Ivoire: Misosevic Effect. Africa Confidential 41:8 October 27, 2000.
Lists problems after the election of Laurent Gbagbo.

Cote D'Ivoire: The Military Might? Africa Confidential 42:8 June 29, 2001.

Destroying the Inheritance. Economist 357:52-53 December 9, 2000.
"Disqualifying a northern politician has set the north against the south."

Djaksam, Themon. Democracy under Siege. West Africa No.4258:23 January 15, 2001.
Reports coups in Cote D'Ivoire.

Duodu, Cameron. Who Wants to Burn Cote D'Ivoire? New African No.390:32-33 November 2000.
Delves into the elections to be held on October 22.

Election Results (December 2000-March 2001). Journal of Democracy 12:178-180 April 2001.
Reports on elections in Cote D'Ivoire, Cape Verde, Benin, and Ghana.

Election Results (September-December 2000). Journal of Democracy 12:180-184 January 2001.
Reports on elections in Cote D'Ivoire, Ghana, Mauritius, and Tanzania.

Gbagbo Rides the Tiger. Africa Confidential 41:3-4 December 23, 2000.
States that President Gabagbo's victory in parliamentary elections settles few of the problems.

Guei Gone. Economist 357:42 October 28, 2000.
A popular uprising installs Laurent Gbagbo as Cote D'Ivoire's president.

Ivory Coast Increasingly Hostile to Foreign Labor. Migration World Magazine 29,no.3:9 2001.

Liao Xianwang. Thorny Issues Remain in Cote D'Ivoire. Beijing Review 43:10 November 13, 2000.
President Laurent Gbagbo is inaugurated amid controversy.

Michaud, Paul. France and America Fight for Control. New African No.390:10 November 2000.
France and the U.S. support differs in the forthcoming elections in Cote D'Ivoire.

Michaud, Paul. Gbagbo Goes It Alone. New African No.392:13 January 2001.
Believes that President Gbagbo and his party will declare victory in parliamentary elections despite wide-spread problems.

Michaud, Paul. Guei: 'I'm the Man.' New African No.388:13 September 2000.
General Robert Guei will be a candidate in forthcoming presidential elections.

Michaud, Paul. Ouattara's Game Plan. New African No.391:15 December 2000.
Elections to be held on 19 December for the National Assembly.

Michaud, Paul. 'We Won't Sell our Soul.' New African No.393:11 February 2001.
Coups in Cote D'Ivoire.

N'Diaye, Boubacar. Ivory Coast's Civilian Control Strategies 1961-1998: A Critical Assessment. Journal of Political and Military Sociology 28:246-270 Winter 2000.

Omonizua, Cersko. Agricultural Dream in Danger. West Africa No.4277:18-20 May 28, 2001.
Worries about the future of agriculture in Cote D'Ivoire.

Omonizua, Cersko. Can There Be Reconciliation? West Africa No.4285:23-25 July 23, 2001.

Omonizua, Cersko. Child Slaves on Plantations. West Africa No.4271:19-20 April 16, 2001.

Omunizua, Cersko. Strange Case of Two Generals. West Africa No.4268:18-19 March 26, 2001.
Investigates the involvement of two Army officers in the military junta against General Robert Guei.

Onishi, Norimitsu. Troubles Tarnish a Once-Shining African Airline. New York Times 150:A3 June 20, 2001.

Onuorah, Chris. Voting Without a Choice. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:24 November 2000.
"The Ivorian Supreme Court's exclusion of most key opposition candidates from the presidential elections clears the way for military strongman General Guei to hold on to power."

Opportunity Knocks (Cote D'Ivoire). World Oil 221:90 August 2000.
Explores the oil industry and Cote D'Ivoire.

Ouedraogo, Brahima. Exodus from Cote D'Ivoire. West Africa No.4261:21 February 5, 2001.
Burkinabes are fleeing Cote D'Ivoire to return home.

Power to the People. Newsweek 136:49 November 6, 2000.
General Guei overthrown by an uprising which later turns deadly.

Rake, Alan. The Rise and Rise of Laurent Gbagbo. New African No.391:43 December 2000.
Profile of President Gbagbo of Cote D'Ivoire.

Revolt in Ivory Coast. Maclean's 113:63 November 6, 2000.

The Vote of the Streets. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:30 December 2000.
President Gbagbo faces problems in Cote D'Ivoire.

You Failed. Economist 357:57 October 14, 2000.
Speculates that there is little change of a real democracy being restored in Cote D'Ivoire.


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