AFRICA


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


Zambia 
Zimbabwe


Zambia 


Internet Resources

Inclusion of a link to a web site does not imply endorsement by the Air University Library or the United States Air Force.  All sites last accessed 25 November 2001.


Michigan State University. Center for International Business Education and Research.
International Business Resources on the WWW (Africa)
Available at: http://globaledge.msu.edu/ibrd/busresmain.asp?ResourceCategoryID=5

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.
Zambia, pp 373-375.
Book call no.: 327.101 A546g

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: Southern Africa 2001. Alexandria, VA, Jane's Information Group, 2000. 567 p.
Has general information about each country and detailed information about each country's defense.
Book call no.: R 968 J33 2001 Jan-Jun

The Military Balance 2000-2001. London, Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2000. 320 p.
Zambia, pp 286-287.
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)
How Not to Consolidate a Democracy: The Experience of the Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) in Zambia by Julius O. Ihonvbere, pp 219-240.
Book call no.: 320.96 M961

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

Southern Africa Profiled: Essential Facts on Society, Business and Politics in Southern Africa, edited by Barry Turner. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 306 p.
Zambia, pp 277-289.
Book call no.: 968 S727

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

AIDS Loan Rejected. New African No.390:12 November 2000.

Akintunde, Muyiwa. Healing the Head of State. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:14-16+ December 2000.
President Chiluba visits a faith healer.

Bartlett, David M. C. Civil Society and Democracy: A Zambian Case Study. Journal of Southern African Studies 26:429-446 September 2000.

Bongololo, Roger. No Third Term for Chiluba. New African No.397:14 June 2001.

Bostock-Smith, Colin. When Cleansing Means Death. Spectator 285:18 August 30, 2000.
AIDS in Zambia.

Bratton, Michael and Mattes, Robert. Support for Democracy in Africa: Intrinsic or Instrumental? British Journal of Political Science 31:447-474 July 2001.
"Comparative analysis original survey data from Ghana, Zambia and South Africa is used here to assess the attitudes of African citizens toward democracy."

Brighter Days in the Copperbelt. Economist 359:42 June 30, 2001.
"Privatization has transformed the scene in Zambia's copperbelt."

Burnell, Peter. The Party System and Party Politics in Zambia: Continuities Past, Present and Future. African Affairs 100:239-263 April 2001.

Chiluba Makes Presidential U-Turn. West Africa No.4276:28 May 21, 2001.
President Chiluba announces that he will not run for a third term.

Coleman, Sarah. Chiluba's Political Roller Coaster. World Press Review 48:27 July 2001.
Wonders whether President Chiluba will run for a third term.

Coleman, Sarah. Third-Term Debate. World Press Review 48:26 June 2001.
Wonders if President Chiluba is preparing to run for a third time.

Copestake, James and others. Assessing the Impact of Microcredit: A Zambian Case Study. Journal of Development Studies 37:81-100 April 2001.

Glued to the Throne. Economist 358:44 March 17, 2001.
Reports that President Chiluba may seek to amend the Constitution so he can run for a third term.

Jere-Malanda, Regina. In My Fatherland. New African No.391:16-21 December 2000.
The author returns to her homeland, after four years away, and describes what she sees.

Kunda, Anthony. Marriage Made in Heaven? New African No.398:15 July 2001.
Archbishop Milingo from Zambia marries Maria Sung, from Korea in a wedding sanction by the Unification Church.

Kunda, Anthony. Third Term Blues. New African No.394:13 March 2001.
Wonders if President Chiluba will run for a third term.

Moonga, Choongo. Torture Made Simple. New African No.395:16 April 2001.
Inquiry into the government's torture of 81 coup plotters.

Nielsen, Helena S. and Niels, Westergard-Nielsen. Returns to Schooling in Less Developed Countries: New Evidence from Zambia. Economic Development and Cultural Change 49:365-394 January 2001.

Nyendwa, Fred. The Drugs, the Drugs. New African No.391:31 December 2000.
The drugs to combat AIDS, TB and other diseases are causing problems.

Nyendwa, Mike. Troubled Waters: Whatever Happened to Caprivi? New African No.395:36-39 April 2001.
"Provides an in-depth look at the difficulties that the Caprivi Strip poses to Namibia, Zambia and even the leaders of Caprivi itself."

President to Run for a Third Term. West Africa No.4274:27 May 7, 2001.

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."

'Stupid' for Government to Kill Anyone, Says Chiluba. West Africa No.4284:27 July 16, 2001.
President Chiluba denies the government was behind the assassination of Paul Timbo.

Szeftel, Morris. "Each with Us": Managing Corruption and Patronage under Zambia's Three Republics,1964-99. Journal of Contemporary African Studies 18:207-224 July 2000.

Third-Term Men. Economist 359:40 May 5, 2001.
President Chiluba uses violet measures to run for a third term.

VP Urges President to Cancel 3rd Term Debate. West Africa No.4273:26 April 30, 2001.

Zambia. Military Technology 25:289-290 World Defence Almanac 2000-2001.
Force structure.

Zambia: A Longer Presidency. Africa Confidential 41:5-6 December 8, 2000.
Wonders whether President Chiluba will run for a third term.

Zambia: Anglo Accused. Africa Confidential 42:3-4 July 13, 2001.
"Activists are challenging Anglo American's role in the messy copper privatisation."

Zambia: Chiluba Seeks Third Term. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:8 April 2001.

Zambia: Cooper Politics. Africa Confidential 41:5-7 September 1, 2000.
"Long-delayed and undersold, the bungled mines privatisation will have consequences."

Zambia: Copper Quarrels. Africa Confidential 41:7 August 4, 2000.
"Government and business still argue despite the long awaited copper sell-off."

Zambia: Disbelief. Africa Confidential 42:8 May 18, 2001.
President Federick Chiluba has sworn he will not seek a third term, but many do not believe him.

Zambia: Post-Summit Blues. Africa Confidential 42:7 July 27, 2001.
"Everything is going wrong for President Chiluba's renewed bid for a third term."

Zambia: Stop Chiluba Campaign. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:8 May 2001.
"The campaign against President Frederick Chiluba's bid to run for a third term in office is gaining momentum."

Zambia: The Cock Crows. Africa Confidential 42:5-6 April 20, 2001.
"Opposition to President Chiluba's term is growing by the day."

Zambia: Third Term Furore. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:10 June 2001.
President Chiluba announces he will not run for a third term, but not all believe him.

Zambia: Too Many Defects. Africa Confidential 42:8 June 29, 2001.
Wonders about the presidency of President Chiluba.

Zambia/Vatican: Laying off Hands. Africa Confidential 41:8 October 13, 2000.
Conflict between the bureaucrats in the Vatican and Zambian Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo.


Zimbabwe 


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.
Zimbabwe, pp 376-378.
Book call no.: 327.101 A546g

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

Democracy and International Relations: Critical Theories/Problematic Practices, edited by Hazel Smith. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 278 p.
Striving for 'Real' Democracy in Africa: The Roles of International Donors and Civil Society in Zimbabwe by Donna Pankhurst, pp 151-170.
Book call no.: 327.101 D383

Gates, Henry Louis, Jr. Wonders of the African World. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1999. 275 p.
South Africa and Zimbabwe: Legends of Lost Cities, pp 231-256.
Book call no.: 960 G259w

Jane's Sentinel: Security Assessment: Southern Africa 2001. Alexandria, VA, Jane's Information Group, 2000. 567 p.
Has general information about each country and detailed information about each country's defense.
Book call no.: R 968 J33 2001 Jan-Jun

The Military Balance 2000-2001. London, Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2000. 320 p.
Zimbabwe, p 287.
Book call no.: R 355 L847m 2000/2001

Munro, William A. The Moral Economy of the State Conservation, Community Development, and State Making In Zimbabwe. Athens, OH, Ohio University Press, 1998. 461 p. (Monographs in International Studies African Series, no. 68)
Book call no.: 307.1412 M968m

The Political Economy of Tourism Development in Africa, edited by Peter U.C. Dieke. New York, Cognizant Communication Corporation, 2000. 355 p.
Tourism and Conservation: The Application of Economic Policy Instruments to Wildlife Tourism in Zimbabwe by M.Thea Sinclair and Alan Pack, pp 181-192.
Book call no.: 338.4791 P769

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

Southern Africa Profiled: Essential Facts on Society, Business and Politics in Southern Africa, edited by Barry Turner. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 306 p.
Zimbabwe, pp 290-306.
Book call no.: 968 S727

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

Strategic Survey 2000/2001. London, Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2000. 1 vol.
South Africa and Zimbabwe: Failures of Leadership, pp 245-254.
Book call no.: R 327 L8471s 2000/2001

The Uncertain Promise of Southern Africa, edited by York Bradshaw and Stephen N. Ndegwa. Bloomington, IN, Indiana University Press, 2000. 424 p.
Zimbabwe: The Erosion of Authoritarianism and Prospects for Democracy by Masipula Sithole, pp 67-93.
Book call no.: 968.00090511 U54

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

15,000 Soldiers Face Budget Ax. Air Force Times 61:6 February 19, 2001.
Reports plans to cut 15,000 of 40,000 soldiers for budgetary reasons.

Africa's Own Mussolini. Economist 358:48 February 24, 2001.
"Something eerily like and African version of fascism is taking shape."

Ankomah, Baffour. Mugabe 2, Britain 0. New African No.395:12-13 April 2001.

Back to the Wall. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:22-24 December 2000.
Political problems faced by President Mugabe.

Bad Month for Mugabe. Economist 359:47 June 2, 2001.
"A chain of events makes Zimbabwe's president look vulnerable."

Bafana, Busani. Broadcast Blues. World Press Review 48:26 June 2001.
Zimbabwe restricts journalists.

Bafana, Busani. End of a Monopoly. World Press Review 47:27-28 December 2000.
Privately owned radio comes to Zimbabwe.

Biking the Samizdat. Economist 358:49 April 7, 2001.
Opposition to President Mugabe is backed by foreign money.

Bjurek, Hans and Durevall, Dick. Does Market Liberalisation Increased Total Factor Productivity? Evidence from the Manufacturing Sector and Zimbabwe. Journal of Southern African Studies 26:463-479 September 2000.

Blair, David. Why France Courts Mugabe. Spectator 286:26 March 10, 2001.

Blunt Weapons. Economist 358:47 February 3, 2001.
President Mugabe attacks the free press.

Breytenbach, Willie. The End of Mugabe? Africa Insight 30:45-50 December 2000.
"Describes Robert Mugabe's rise and decline from overwhelming victory in 1980 to disarray in the elections of 2000."

Cavendish William. Empirical Regularities in the Poverty-Environment Relationship of Rural Households: Evidence from Zimbabwe. World Development 28:1979-2003 November 2000.

Chenjerai 'Hitler' Hunzvi. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:12-13 July 2001.
Discusses Chenjerai Hunzvi after his death.

Climate of Fear. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:13-14 March 2001.
"Having lost the battle for the hearts and minds of the people, the Mugabe government is relying increasingly on intimidation to maintain its grip on power."

Commonwealth to Confront Zimbabwe over "Intimidation." West Africa No.4268:26 March 26, 2001.

Compagnon, Daniel. Briefing: Zimbabwe: Life after ZANU-PF African Affairs 99:449-453 July 2000.

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-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."

Dladla, Sicelo and Minnik, Victor. Twenty Years of People's Land. African Agenda 4,no.1&2:44-54 2001.
A number of articles about land reforms in Zimbabwe.

Duncan, Alex and Rockliffe-King, Geoffrey. Land Matters. World Today 56:42-43 August/September 2000.
Examines land problems in Africa and specifically in Zimbabwe.

Ellis, Stephen. What a State. World Today 56:17-19 October 2000.
Crime in southern Africa.

End of the Honeymoon. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:18-19 November 2000.
"Faced with a rapidly declining economy, ebbing regional support and a divided ruling party, President Mugabe's supporters are intensifying their repressive tactics against the opposition."

Forces of Darkness. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:26-27 June 2001.
"President Mugabe and his supporters are leaving nothing to chance in the battle to stay in control."

Friends Say Stop. Economist 357:53 December 9, 2000.
President Mugabe looses the support of African leaders in his program of land redistribution.

Glover, Stephen. A National Police Force Is Being Assembled, and Newspapers Are Looking the Other Way. Spectator 286:32 February 17, 2001.
Includes an examination of British press coverage of affairs and Zimbabwe.

Glover, Stephen. Publish and Be Threatened, Bombed, Beaten up and Tortured. Spectator 286:30 February 3, 2001.
Article includes information on the media in Zimbabwe.

Glover, Stephen. The Triumph of the Free Press over Mugabe's Regime of Terror. Spectator 286:26 March 3, 2001.

Goodman, Julie. Two Bombs Later, Still Publishing. American Journalism Review 23:16-17 April 2001.
Newspaper in Zimbabwe hit by bombs.

Gotora, Twengwa and Echevarria, Vito. What's s Tsvangirai up to? New African No.390:14-15 November 2000.
Wonders about the opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai.

Grieser, Mira and others. Reproductive Decision Making and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Zimbabwe. Journal of Southern African Studies 27:225-243 June 2001.

Gunning, Jan W. and others. Revisiting Forever Gained: Income Dynamics in the Resettlement Areas of Zimbabwe, 1983-96. Journal of Development Studies 36:131-154 August 2000.

Hamill, James. 'The Last Kicks from a Dying Horse?' Mugabe and Zimbabwe. Contemporary Review 277:129-137 September 2000.

Hamill, James. A Little Local Difficulty. World Today 57:11-13 June 2001.
"South Africa is failing its first real foreign policy test-dealing with an increasingly ugly situation in Zimbabwe."

Hoogeveen, J. G. M. and Kinsey, B. H. Land Reform, Growth and Equity: Emerging Evidence from Zimbabwe's Resettlement Programme-a Sequel. Journal of Southern African Studies 27:127-136 March 2001.

An Ill Wind from the South-West. Economist 356:48 September 30, 2000.
Economic problems in Zimbabwe.

Johnson, Hazel and Wilson, Gordon. Biting the Bullets: Civil Society, Social Learning and the Transformation of Local Governance. World Development 28:1891-1906 November 2000.

Johnson, Hazel and Wilson, Gordon. Biting the Bullets: Civil Society, Social Learning and the Transformation of Local Governance. World Development 28:1891-1906 November 2000.

Johnson, R. W. Geronimo Rides Again. Spectator 285:23-24 November 4, 2000.
Author states that "Robert Mugabe's attacks on Ian Smith has given the great White chief a new lease of life."

Kellett, Francisca. Zimbabwe. New Internationalist No.334:36 May 2001.
General information about Zimbabwe.

Kigotho, Wachira. Zimbabwe Student Killed in Protests. Chronicle of Higher Education 47:A51 May 18, 2001.

Laidlaw, Christopher. Zimbabwe: Forward or Reverse? New Zealand International Review 25:15-18 September-October 2000.
"Eye-witness perspective on the recent Zimbabwe election."

Law of the Fist. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:30-32 April 2001.
Examines President Mugabe's strategy to stay in power.

Lupiya, Beauty and Hakata, Michelle. Mugabe Still Defiant on Land. New African No.393:8-9 February 2001.

Machipisa, Lewis. Opposition under Siege. West Africa No.4271:24 April 16, 2001.
Highlights the persecution faced by the opposition in Zimbabwe.

Madinah, Tendai. Did He Jump, or Was He Pushed? New African No.394:9 March 2001.
Chief Justice, Anthony Gubbay, will step down in June.

Mbeki, Moeletsi. Zimbabwe's Troubles. South African Journal of International Affairs 7:215-223 Winter 2000.

McDonald, David A. and others. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner: Migration from Lesotho, Mozambique and Zimbabwe to South Africa. International Migration Review 34:813-841 Fall 2000.

McDonald, Tom. Zimbabwe, Africa and American Interests. Vital Speeches of the Day 47:98-104 December 1, 2000.
Speech presented by the U.S. ambassador to Zimbabwe.

Misser, Francois and Ankomah, Baffour. Mugabe 1, Britain 0. New African No.391:10-11 December 2000.
The ACP-EU Parliamentary Assembly tells Britain to honor its obligations to Zimbabwe for land resettlement.

Moore, David. Is the Land the Economy and the Economy the Land? Primitive Accumulation in Zimbabwe. Journal of Contemporary African Studies 19:253-266 July 2001.

Moyela, Muyiwa. Held to Ransom by Politics. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:30 February 2001.
Points out the bleak outlook for the economy in Zimbabwe.

Mugabe Blamed for Newspaper Bombing. West Africa No.4261:27 February 5, 2001.
"President Mugabe has accused of being behind the bombing of Zimbabwe's only independent daily newspaper."

Mugabe's Courtesy Visit to Europe. Economist 358:44 March 10, 2001.
President Mugabe visits Belgium and Paris.

Mugabe Says to Run in Next Election. West Africa No.4272:25 April 23, 2001.

Mugabe Sued for Election Violence. West Africa No.4273:25 April 30, 2001.

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

New Oil, Old Machine. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:24 August 2000.
Tensions in Zimbabwe after June elections

Next, Bobodam? Economist 357:56-57 October 14, 2000.
Wonders about the future of President Mugabe.

Normal Times in an Abnormal Country. Economist 360:43 July 14, 2001.
Discusses "the government's violent ways of preparing for next year's election."

Okite, Odhiambo. Evangelicals Attempt to Defuse Crisis. Christianity Today 45:36 April 2, 2001.
Protestants and Catholics call for "immediate efforts to defuse the racial, political, and social polarization that is characterized President Robert Mugabe's land redistribution process."

Old Alliance. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:23-24 May 2001.
"As international efforts to isolate Zimbabwe continue, the Mugabe regime still seems assured of South African support."

'Old Boys' Club' Backs Mugabe. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:22 September 2000.
"Southern African leaders have backed Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's land reform programme, but many feel it's a case of ruling elites looking after their own."

Otabil, Bernard. Making the Best of a Tough World. West Africa No.4262:28-29 February 12, 2001.
Interviews Dr. Nkosana Moyo, Minister of Trade for Zimbabwe.

Peters, Beverly L. and Malan, Naude. Caveats for Land Reform in South Africa: Lessons from Zimbabwe. South African Journal of International Affairs 7:151-161 Winter 2000.

Pressure Now. Economist 360:11 July 14, 2001.
"If Zimbabwe is to have their election next year, the checking should start now."

Quintana, Michael. Zimbabwe Extends Regional Influence. Jane's Intelligence Review 13:50-51 April 2001.

Rescue Bid. Economist 356:42 August 12, 2000.
Finance minister, Simba Makoni is trying to save the economy.

Rotberg, Robert I. Africa's Mess, Mugabe's Mayhem. Foreign Affairs 79:47-61 September-October 2000.

Ruling but Reeling. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:10-13 July 2001.
Discusses the effect on the government of the deaths of 3 key people.

Sackey, K. A. Zimbabwe Faces Food Shortages. West Africa No.4280:34 June 18, 2001.

Safe Haven. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:28 May 2001.
Zimbabwe has extended former Ethiopian dictator, Mengistu Halle Mariam, asylum.

Shaw, Ibrahim S. SADC's Resounding Support. New African No.388:9 September 2000.
The Southern African Development Community pledge their support for President Mugabe.

Sithole, Masipula. Fighting Authoritarianism in Zimbabwe. Journal of Democracy 12:160-169 January 2001.

Standing Firm, at Least for Now. Economist 359:51 May 12, 2001.
Political turmoil in Zimbabwe.

Tainted Revolution. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:12-13 October 2000.
President Mugabe's attempt to resettle land

Time to Go? Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:24-25 January 2001.
Leaders outside Zimbabwe urge President Mugabe to abandon his land reform policies.

U.S. Says No Aid for Zimbabwe. West Africa No.4281:27 June 25, 2001.

Wilson, Andre. Political Turmoil Hits Zimbabwe Economy. West Africa 4279:28-29 June 11, 2001.

Wolmer, William and Scoones, Ian. The Science of 'Civilized' Agriculture: The Mixed Farming Discourse in Zimbabwe. African Affairs 99:575-600 October 2000.

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.

Workers Strike over Fuel Prices. West Africa No.4283:27 July 9, 2001.

Yao Bin and Wang Zhe. A Developed Africa Will Be a More Reliable Partner. Beijing Review 43:13-14 October 9, 2000.
Interviews Lucas P. Tavaya, Zimbabwean Ambassador to China.

Young Turks or Young Jerks? Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:28-29 February 2001.
Discusses politics in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe. Military Technology 25:290 World Defence Almanac 2000-2001.
Force structure.

Zimbabwe: Bobodan's Battles. Africa Confidential 41:8 October 27, 2000.
Opposition on President Mugabe.

Zimbabwe: More of Mugabe. Africa Confidential 42:1-3 April 20, 2001.
President Mugabe announces that he run again for reelection.

Zimbabwe: Morgan Versus Mugabe. Africa Confidential 41:1-3 November 10, 2000. 
Despite demonstrations by the opposition, President Mugabe is determined to stay in power.

Zimbabwe's Beans and Bicycles. Economist 358:49 February 17, 2001.
Economic problems in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe's Non-Farmers. Economist 356:39-40 September 2, 2000.
New black farmers in Zimbabwe seem unable to produce crops.

Zimbabwe's Tighter Belts, and Shorter Tempers. Economist 357:41 October 28, 2000.
Asks the question how long can Robert Mugabe hold on?

Zimbabwe: Still the Boss. Africa Confidential 41:8 December 23, 2000.
President Mugabe will remain president for four more years.

Zimbabwe: The Hand of Lucifer. Africa Confidential 42:1-3 June 15, 2001.
"Three sudden deaths transform the political scene and President Mugabe's election campaign."

Zimbabwe: Union Is Strength. Africa Confidential 41:6-7 September 29, 2000.
"A dilemma for the trades unions' new party: to represent the electors of the workers?"


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