July 2001
Compiled by Bibliography Branch
Air University Library
Maxwell AFB, AL


 Internet Resources

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All sites last accessed 25 November 2001.

Government of Uganda.
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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

Ahluwalia, D. Pal and Nursey-Bray, Paul. The Post-Colonial Condition: Contemporary Politics in Africa. Commack, NY, Nova Science Publishers, 1997. 252 p. (Horizons in Post-Colonial Studies)
Book call no.: 320.96 P857

Amaza, Ondoga ori. Museveni's Long March from Guerrilla to Statesman. Kampala, Uganda, Fountain Publishers, 1998. 263 p.
Book call no.: 967.6104 A 489m

Bigsten, Arne and Kayizzi-Mugerwa, Steve. Crisis, Adjustment and Growth in Uganda: A Study of Adaptation in an African Economy. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1999. 245 p. (Studies on the African Economies)
Book call no.: 338.96761 B594c

Civil Society and the Political Imagination in Africa: Critical Perspectives, edited by John L. Comafoff and Jean Comaroff. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1999. 318 p.
Civil Society and Its Presuppositions: Lessons from Uganda by Mikael Karlstrom, pp 104-123.
Book call no.: 320.96 C582

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

Developing Uganda, edited by Holger Bernt Hansen and Michael Twaddle. Athens, OH, Ohio University Press, 1998. 293 p. (Eastern African Studies)
Book call no.: 338.96761 D489

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.
Uganda, p 286.
Book call no.: R 355 L847m 2000/2001

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

Tripp, Aili Mari. Women & Politics in Uganda. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin Press, 2000. 277 p.
Book call no.: 305.42096761 T836w

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


Ahluwalia, Pal and Zegeye, Abebe. Uganda: No-Party State or One-Party State? Africa Insight 30:82-85 October 2000.

Akpata-Ohohe, Bunmi. Uganda: AIDS Centre. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:8 July 2001.
An international treatment and training center will be set up in Kampala.

Akpata-Ohohe, Bunmi. Uganda: Called Death Toll. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:6 August 2000.
"The final death toll in the doomsday cult massacre and mass suicide in March was 780."

Akpata-Ohohe, Bunmi. Uganda: Ebola Strikes. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:6 November 2000.

Akpata-Ohohe, Bunmi. Uganda: War on Corruption. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:7 August 2000.
"Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has launched a two-year anti-corruption campaign."

And Now This. Economist 357:56 October 21, 2000.
Uganda is hit by Ebola.

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.

Borzello, Anna and Boseley, Sarah. Desperate Fight to Stop Ebola Virus. World Press Review 48:44 January 2001.

Bratton, Michael and Lambright, Gina. Uganda's Referendum 2000: The Silent Boycott. African Affairs 100:429-452 July 2001.

Carbone, Giovanni M. Constitutional Alternatives for the Regulation of Ethnic Politics? Institution-Building Principles in Uganda's and South Africa's Transitions. Journal of Contemporary African Studies 19:229-252 July 2001.

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

Coleman, Sarah. Troubled Election. World Press Review 48:26 May 2001.
Violent elections in Uganda.

De Berry, Jo. Child Soldiers and the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Annals of the American Academy of Political & Social Science 575:92-105 May 2001.

Death Cult. Newsweek 136:6 August 14, 2000.
Provides more inform about the cult massacre in Uganda.

Dijkstra, A. Geske and Van Donge, Jan K. What Does the 'Show Case' Show? Evidence of and Lessons from Adjustment in Uganda. World Development 29:841-863 May 2001.

East Africa: Community Reborn. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:6 February 2001.
"The presidents of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda have launched second attempt to establish an East African Community to boost trade within the region."

Ebola Continues to Spread. Maclean's 113:63 November 6, 2000.

Ebola Outbreak in Uganda. Maclean's 113:39 October 30, 2000.

Ebola Strikes Again: Churches Suspend Communion for More Than a Month. Christianity Today 44:26 December 4, 2000.

Gray, Sandra J. A Memory of Loss: Ecological Politics, Local History, and the Evolution of Karimojong Violence. Human Organization 59:401-418 Winter 2000.

Harrison, Rosalind. A Tale of Two AIDS Conferences. New African No.391:32 December 2000.
"Compares and contrasts the 'People's AIDS Conference' held at Nkozi, Uganda, in August and the 'pharmaceutical companies' AIDS conference' held in Durban, South Africa, in July."

Haynes, Jeff. 'Limited' Democracy in Ghana and Uganda. What Is Most Important to International Actors: Stability or Political Freedom? Journal of Contemporary African Studies 19:183-204 July 2001.

Hutton, Pat and Block, Jonathan. The Making of Idi Amin. New African No.393:38-43 February 2001.

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.

Kigotho, Wachira. Donor Fury As Pupils Learn under Trees. Times Educational Supplement No.4426:18 April 27, 2001.
Allegations that money given for schools is being mismanaged.

Kigotho, Wachira. Ebola Closes 300 Schools . Times Educational Supplement No.4400:16 October 27, 2000.

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

Lovgren, Stefan. A Killer Virus Pays a Visit: Can Uganda Contain the Ebola Outbreak? U.S. News & World Report 129:39 October 30, 2000.

Lovgren, Stefan. Mysterious Killer. Maclean's 113:42-44 November 13, 2000.
Ebola virus in Uganda.

Millner, Chris and others. Policy and Non-Policy Barriers to Trade and Implicit Taxation of Exports in Uganda. Journal of Development Studies 37:67-90 December 2000.

Mirzeler, Mustafa and Young, Crawford. Pastoral Politics in the Northeast Periphery in Uganda: AK-47 as Change Agent. Journal of Modern African Studies 38:407-429 September 2000.

Museveni Triumphs As President Amid Claims of Rigged Voting. West Africa No.4267:26 March 19, 2001.

Mwalulu, Jackson. Divided They Fall. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:28-29 December 2000.
"Presidential and parliamentary elections are due early next year. But the opposition is prevented from mounting an effective campaign by the restrictions of President Museveni's movement system of government and its own divisions."

Mwalulu, Jackson. Ebola Strikes Again. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:29 December 2000.

Mwalulu, Jackson. Museveni Faces the Challenge of His Life. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:36-37 February 2001.
"President Museveni faces popular opponents in the March election, but his hold on Ugandans' psyche remains strong."

Mwalulu, Jackson. Museveni Runs Away with Victory. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:10-11 April 2001.

Mwalulu, Jackson. Now It's Personal. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:19 May 2001.
President Museveni continues to attack Kiiza Besigye, his opponent in recent elections.

New Vision, Uganda Fight Corruption! West Africa No.4283:27 July 9, 2001.

Nkozi Conference Statement. New African No.391:33 December 2000.
Official statement of the people's AIDS conference in Nkozi, Uganda.

Okwaare, Alfred E. No-Party Train Hobbles on. New African No.388:13 September 2000.
A referendum for a non-party democracy only wins half-heartedly.

Opposition Leader's Wife Charged with Sedition. West Africa No.4272:24 April 23, 2001.
"The wife of former presidential candidate Kizza Besigye has been charged with two counts of sedition for comments she made on Kenyan television."

Pain Without to Gain. New Internationalist No.333:8 April 2001.
Researchers from United States observed married couples in Uganda but provided no treatment for HIV.

Pollock, Laurence. Learning the Board Game. Times Educational Supplement No.4425:21 April 20, 2001.
"Ugandan schools are looking to their English counterparts to show how model governors function."

Robb, Caroline M. How the Poor Can Have a Voice in Government Policy. Finance & Development 37:22-25 December 2000.
Box on page 25 has segment called how the poor have influenced the Uganda's poverty reduction strategy.

Robinson, Simon. A Trip inside an African Hot Zone. Time 156:8 October 30, 2000.
Ebola in Uganda.

Rwomushana, John. Political Leadership's Role in Breaking the Silence Surrounding AIDS: Uganda's Success Story. South African Journal of International Affairs 7:67-72 Winter 2000.

Stasavage, David and Moyo, Dambisa. Are Cash Budgets a Cure for Excess Fiscal Deficits (and at what cost)? World Development 28:2105-2122 December 2000.
"Investigates the effect of recent reforms of budgetary institutions in Uganda and Zambia."

Tangri, Roger and Mwenda, Andrew. Corruption and Cronyism in Uganda's Privatization in the 1990s. African Affairs 100:117-133 January 2001.

Tarnished Victory. Economist 358:44 March 17, 2001.
President Museveni's reelection is questioned.

Turshen, Meredeth. The Political Economy of Violence Against Women During Armed Conflict in Uganda. Social Research 67:803-824 Fall 2000.

Uganda. Military Technology 25:289 World Defence Almanac 2000-2001.
Force structure.

Uganda: Ebola-Free. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:9 April 2001.

Uganda: Ungracious Winner. Africa Confidential 42:1-2 April 6, 2001.
"President Museveni's crushing victory raises concerns about the return of personal rule."

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

Will Museveni Win yet Again? Economist 358:49 March 3, 2001.
"The country's long-serving president is challenged by his former doctor."

Wood, Adrian and Jordan, Kate. Why Does Zimbabwe Export Manufacturers and Uganda Not? Econometrics Meets History. Journal of Development Studies 37:91-116 December 2000.

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