AFRICA


July  2002
Compiled by Joan T. Phillips, Bibliographer
Air University Library
Maxwell AFB, AL


Zambia
Zimbabwe

Zambia


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Internet Resources

Background Note: Zambia.. Washington, United States. Dept. of State, April 2002.
Available online at: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2359.htm

CIA World Factbook 2001.
Available online at: http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/index.html
General information about each country including a map..

Michigan State University. Eli Broad Graduate School of Management. Global Edge.
Available online at: http://globaledge.msu.edu/ibrd/busresmain.asp?ResourceCategoryID=5
Information about business in Africa.

Political Resources on the Net: Africa.
Available online at: http://www.politicalresources.net/africa.htm
Provides political information about each African country.

Zambia Online: The National Homepage of Zambia.
Available online at: http://www.zambia.co.zm

Books

2002 Index of Economic Freedom, edited by Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr. and others. Washington, Heritage Foundation and Dow Jones, 2002. 428 p.
For each country lists information such as: trade policy, fiscal burden of government, government intervention in the economy, monetary policy, capital flow and foreign investment, banking and finance, wages and prices, property rights, regulation, and black market.
Book call no.: R 330.9 I38 2002

Aerospace Encyclopedia of World Air Forces, edited by David Willis. Westport, CT, AIRtime Publishing, 1999. 320 p.
Zambia, p 151.
Book call no.: R 358.4003 A252

Africa 2002, edited by Charles H. Cutter. 37th ed. Harpers Ferry, WV, Stryker-Post Publications, 2002. 282 p.
General information about each country including history.
Book call no.: R 916 D724a 37th ed. 2002

Africa's Review 2000. 23rd ed. Saffron Walden, Essex, England, Walden Publishing, 2000. 328 p.
Book call no.: R 960 A25811 23d ed 2000

Africa South of the Sahara 2002. 31st ed. London, Europa, 2001. 1305 p.
Provides detailed information about each country.
Book call no.: R 916.7 A258 31st ed 2002

African Voices African Visions, edited by Olugbenga Adesida Arunma Oteh. Uppsala, Sweden, Nordic Africa Institute, 2001. 217 p.
A Vision for the Future of Zambia and Africa by Lawrence Mukuka, pp 110-123.
Book call no.: 960.33 A258

Countries and Their Cultures. New York, Macmillan Reference USA, 2001. 4 vols.
Book call no.: R 306.03 C855

Jane's World Air Forces, edited by Paul Jackson. Alexandria, VA, Jane's Information Group, 2002. 551 p.
See contents to locate information about each country.
Book call no.: R 623.746 J33 No. 15 2002 Apr.

Rake, Allen. African Leaders: Guiding the New Millennium. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 2001. 261 p.
Zambia: Frederick Chiluba and Benjamin Mwila, pp 243-248.
Book call no.: 920.06 R162a

Statesman's Yearbook: The Politics, Cultures and Economies of the World, edited by Barry Turner. New York, Palgrave, 2001. 2057 p.
Information about each country includes: key historical events, territory and population, climate, constitution and government, defense, international relations, economy, energy and natural resources, industry, trade, communications, social institutions, and culture.
Book call no.: R 310 St2 138th ed 2002

Statistical Abstract of the World, edited by Annemarie Muth. 3d ed. Detroit, MI, Gale Research, 1997. 1134 p.
Statistics for each country include geography, demographics, health, human factors, education, science and technology, government and law, labor force, production sectors, manufacturing sector, and finance, economics, and trade.
Book call no.: R 310 S797 1997

Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations. Detroit, MI, Gale Group, 2001. 4 vols.
Provides general information about each country.
Book call no.: R 031 W927 2001 v.2

Periodicals

Archbishop Milingo Renounce Ties to Wife, Rev. Moon. America 185:5 August 27, 2001.

Bandi, Kalumbi. Chiluba, the Single Man. New African No.402:40-41 December 2001.
"After the recent divorce from his wife of 33 years, President Frederick Chiluba steps down from the presidency at the end of the year as one of the most eligible bachelors in Zambia. But treating the divorce slightly in public, asserted the wrath of many Zambian women."

Baylies, Carolyn. HIV/AIDS and Older Women in Zambia: Concerns for Self, Worry over Daughters, Towers of Strength. Third World Quarterly 23:351-375 April 2002.

Biting the Hand. Economist 364:39 July 20 2002.
"President Mwanawasa has turned on his predecessor, and others, in a campaign supposedly aimed at cleaning up politics."

Burnell, Peter. Parliamentary Committees in Zambia's Third Republic: Partial Reforms; Unfinished Agenda. Journal of Southern African Studies 28:291-313 June 2002.

Carmody, Brendan. Catholic Church in Zambia's Elections: As the Political Leadership Lost Credibility, the Church Gained the People's Competence. America 186:13-15 March 4, 2002.

Craig, John. Putting Privatisation into Practice: The Case of Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines Limited. Journal of Modern African Studies 39:389-410 September 2001.

Cunning Timing. Economist 361:44-45 December 1, 2001.
"Elections later this month will benefit the ruling party, and current president."

Down the Mine, Down the Drain. Africa Confidential 43:7 February 8, 2002.
Anglo American will stop mining copper in Zambia.

Gladwin, Christina H. and others. Quality of Science in Participatory Research: Case Study from Eastern Zambia. World Development 30:523-543 April 2002.

How to Lose an Election. Economist 362:37-38 January 5, 2002.
Doubts the fairness of recent elections for president, Parliament, and local officials.

In the Eye of the Epidemic: AIDS Has Changed Life in Zambia. Mclean's 115:68-69 May 13, 2002.

Marks, Stuart A. Back to the Future: Some Unintended Consequences of Zambia's Community-Based Wildlife Program (ADMADE). Africa Today 48:120-141 Spring 2001.

Momba, Jotham. Zambia: From Kaunda..to Chiluba. Africa Insight 31:18-25 June 2001.
Studies government in Zambia.

Mvula, Ndubi. Isn't Goodnight for MMD? New African No.401:15 November 2001.
Politics of the ruling party in Zambia.

Mwansa, Venarcious. No Business As Usual? New African No.406:19 April 2002.
President Levy Mwanawasa blames foreign powers for manipulating its democratic principles.

Mwiinga, Jowie. Downside of Liberal Reforms. West Africa No.4327:28 May 27, 2002.
"The gap between rich and poor in Zambia is widening."

Ntomba, Reginald. Chiluba Not Enjoying His Retirement? New African No.407:14 May 2002.

Olsen, Ted. One African Nation under God. Christianity Today 46:36-43 February 4, 2002.
Christianity in Zambia.

Russell, Hugh. Dung for Bungs. Spectator 287:34+ December 15, 2001.
Commentary on elections to be held in Zambia on December 27.

Russell, Hugh. Every Witch Way. Spectator 289:16 July 6, 2002.
Witchcraft in Zambia.

Smith, Charlene. His Master's Voice. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:30 February 2002.
Investigates the challenges facing the new president of Zambia, Levy Mwanawasa.

Strickland, Bradford. "My Grandfather's Gun was Called Field of Children": Ecological History as Indictment of State Development Policy. Africa Today 48:110-119 Spring 2001.
"Examines history-telling as a form of critique of state management of local hunting and wildlife in relation to the development of health, education and agricultural services."

Taylor, Ian. Zambia's Future-after Its Elections. Contemporary Review 280:142-145 March 2002.

Tembo, Mwizenge S. Walk Ten Miles before the Game: Soccer and Social Change in Rural Zambia. World & I 16:168-175 December 2001.

Zambia. Military Technology 26:293 World Defence Almanac 2001-2002.
Force structure.

Zambia: A Not-So-Fresh Start. Africa Confidential 43:8 January 11, 2002.
Politics in Zambia.

Zambia: Caught in His Own Web. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:9 April/May 2002.
"Chiluba has been stripped of all his retirement benefits based on one of his own laws."

Zambia: Levy at War. Africa Confidential 43:5-7 July 12, 2002.
President Mwanawasa fights against former President Chiluba.

Zambia: Levy Limps in. Africa Confidential 43:6-7 February 8, 2002.
"Even If the Courts Confirm His Election Win, Parliament to Block the President."

Zambia: Levy's Trials. Africa Confidential 43:8 March 22, 2002.
Conflict between President Levy Mwanawasa and Frederick Chiluba.

Zambia: No Immunity. Africa Confidential 43:8 July 26,2002.
"Zambia's parliament voted unanimously on 16 July to lift ex-President Frederick Chiluba's immunity from prosecution."

Zambia: Payback Time. Africa Confidential 42:4-6 October 26, 2001.
"The President's pay cheque is stolen and the election heats up."

Zambia: Puppet or Prince? Africa Confidential 42:3-4 September 14, 2001.
Political fighting before elections in 2002.

Zambia: Too Close to Call. Africa Confidential 42:1-3 December 7, 2001.
"The gap between the leading presidential contenders is narrowing fast in this landmark election."

Zambia: Who's Got the Money? Africa Confidential 43:6-7 May 3, 2002.
"It still isn't clear just who won the election and who stole the cash."


Zimbabwe 


Internet Resources

Background Note: Zimbabwe.. Washington, United States. Dept. of State, June 2002.
Available online at: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/5479.htm

CIA World Factbook 2001.
Available online at: http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/index.html
General information about each country including a map.

Political Resources on the Net: Africa.
Available online at: http://www.politicalresources.net/africa.htm
Provides political information about each African country.

Books

2002 Index of Economic Freedom, edited by Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr. and others. Washington, Heritage Foundation and Dow Jones, 2002. 428 p.
For each country lists information such as: trade policy, fiscal burden of government, government intervention in the economy, monetary policy, capital flow and foreign investment, banking and finance, wages and prices, property rights, regulation, and black market.
Book call no.: R 330.9 I38 2002

Aerospace Encyclopedia of World Air Forces, edited by David Willis. Westport, CT, AIRtime Publishing, 1999. 320 p.
Zimbabwe, p 151.
Book call no.: R 358.4003 A252

Africa 2002, edited by Charles H. Cutter. 37th ed. Harpers Ferry, WV, Stryker-Post Publications, 2002. 282 p.
General information about each country including history.
Book call no.: R 916 D724a 37th ed. 2002

Africa in Crisis: New Challenges and Possibilities, edited by Tunde Zack-Williams and others. Sterling, VA, Pluto Press, 2002. 228 p.
Globalisation and Democracy: International Donors and Civil Society in Zimbabwe by Donna Pankhurst, pp 109-131.
Book call no.: 330.96 A2583

Africa's Review 2000. 23rd ed. Saffron Walden, Essex, England, Walden Publishing, 2000. 328 p.
Book call no.: R 960 A25811 23d ed 2000

Africa South of the Sahara 2002. 31st ed. London, Europa, 2001. 1305 p.
Provides detailed information about each country.
Book call no.: R 916.7 A258 31st ed 2002

Countries and Their Cultures. New York, Macmillan Reference USA, 2001. 4 vols.
Book call no.: R 306.03 C855

Horne, Gerald. From the Barrel of a Gun: The United States and the War Against Zimbabwe, 1965-1980. Chapel Hill, NC, University Of North Carolina Press, 2001. 389 p.
Book call no.: 327.7306891 H815f

Jane's World Air Forces, edited by Paul Jackson. Alexandria, VA, Jane's Information Group, 2002. 551 p.
See contents to locate information about each country.
Book call no.: R 623.746 J33 No. 15 2002 Apr.

Jenkins, Carolyn and Knight, John. Economic Decline of Zimbabwe: Either Growth or Equity. New York, Palgrave, 2002. 329 p.
Book call no.: 330.96891 J52e

Migrants, Citizens and the State in Southern Africa, edited by Jim Whitman. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 286 p.
Book call no.: 304.868 M636

Rake, Allen. African Leaders: Guiding the New Millennium. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 2001. 261 p.
Zimbabwe: Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai, pp 249-257.
Book call no.: 920.06 R162a

Robert, Stephen C. and Rasmussen, R. Kent. Historical Dictionary of Zimbabwe. 3d ed. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 2001. 451 p. (African Historical Dictionaries, no. 86)
Book call no.: 968.91 R895h

Rowe, David M. Manipulating the Market: Understanding Economic Sanctions, Institutional Change, and the Political Unity of White Rhodesia. Ann Arbor, MI, University Of Michigan Press, 2001. 243 p.
Book call no.: 337 R878m

Statesman's Yearbook: The Politics, Cultures and Economies of the World, edited by Barry Turner. New York, Palgrave, 2001. 2057 p.
Information about each country includes: key historical events, territory and population, climate, constitution and government, defense, international relations, economy, energy and natural resources, industry, trade, communications, social institutions, and culture.
Book call no.: R 310 St2 138th ed 2002

Statistical Abstract of the World, edited by Annemarie Muth. 3d ed. Detroit, MI, Gale Research, 1997. 1134 p.
Statistics for each country include geography, demographics, health, human factors, education, science and technology, government and law, labor force, production sectors, manufacturing sector, and finance, economics, and trade.
Book call no.: R 310 S797 1997

Strategic Survey 2001/2002, edited by Jonathan Stevenson. New York, Oxford University Press for The International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2002. 366 p.
Repression and Dysfunction in Zimbabwe, pp 322-333.
Book call no.: R 327 L8471s 2001/2002

Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations. Detroit, MI, Gale Group, 2001. 4 vols.
Provides general information about each country.
Book call no.: R 031 W927 2001 v.2

Periodicals

Adoko, K. Zimbabwe Budget Fails to the Fading Hopes. West Africa No.4302:30-31 November 19, 2001.

Africa Take a Stand. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:10-13 January 2002.
"As elections approach and the U.S. and Europe move closer to sanctions against the Mugabe regime, all eyes are on the response of other African countries. Will southern African leaders stand up for democracy?"

Ankomah, Baffour. Mugabe: No Remote Control Ever Again! New African No.407:special report pages 1-16 May 2002.
Interview with President Mugabe.

Ankomah, Baffour. Mugabe Stays! New African No.406:12 April 2002.
President Mugabe is reelected.

Ankomah, Baffour. Zimbabwe: Life After the Election. New African No.407:22-26 May 2002.

Arresting Them. Economist 363:46 May 4, 2002.
Reports the arrest of journalists in Zimbabwe.

Asante, Ben and Dike, Amaechi. Truce Called in Abuja. West Africa No.4293:18-19 September 17, 2001.
President Obasanjo mediates between Great Britain and Zimbabwe.

Beinart, Peter. Beloved Country. New Republic 226:6 April 1 & 8, 2002.
Discusses Western and African reactions to President Mugabe.

Boateng, Osei. High Noon in Zimbabwe! New African No.405:18-19 March 2002.
Presidential elections will be held in March

Boese, Wade. U.S. Halts Arms Sales to Zimbabwe, Lifts Ban on Armenia, Azerbaijan. Arms Control Today 32:28 May 2002.

Bond, Patrick. Zimbabwe, South Africa, and the Power Politics of Bourgeois Democracy. Monthly Review 54:32-45 May 2002.

Bush, George W. Proclamation 7524 - Suspension of Entry for Immigrants and NonImmigrants of Persons Responsible for Actions That Threaten Zimbabwe's Democratic Institutions and Transition to a Multi-Party Democracy. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 38:285-286 March 4, 2002.

Chairman of the University of Zimbabwe's Council. Chronicle of Higher Education 48:A41 April 19, 2002.
"The chairman of the University of Zimbabwe's council, the equivalent of a board of trustees, has been implicated in corruption at the institution."

Changing the Rules. Economist 361:45 December 8, 2001.
"Robert Mugabe prepares to win next year's presidential election."

Church Teams Question Zimbabwe Election. Christian Century 119:17 March 27, 2002.

Civic Groups Call for Restraint. New African No.399:16 September 2001.
Violence continues in Zimbabwe.

Cluff, Algy. Time to Deal with Mugabe. Spectator 288:15 March 30, 2002.
"Rightly or wrongly, the Zimbabwean leader feels Britain reneged on its promises."

Cross, Eddie. Privilege Patronage Pillage. World Today 57:17-18 October 2001.
Reviews the governance of President Mugabe.

Darwish, Adel. Gadaffi Goes African. Middle East No.316:23-25 October 2001.
"Colonel Gadaffi makes friends with Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe."

Dead on Arrival. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:20-24 April/May 2002.
"Much touted proposal for the formation of a government of national unity to resolve Zimbabwe's problems is unlikely to materialise as the ruling party, ZANU-PF, is dominated by hardliners bent on getting their pound of flesh from an audacious opposition."

Democracy Dimming. World Press Review 48:29 August 2001.
President Mugabe has decided to run for reelection.

Democracy, Who Needs It? Economist 362:40 January 12, 2002.
"Zimbabwe's parliament is in the process of passing bills that will make it hard for anybody other than Robert Mugabe to win the March presidential election."

Die Is Cast. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:20-23 February 2002.
Anticipates presidential elections in Zimbabwe.

Doctored Video in Zimbabwe. Economist 362:46 March 2, 2002.
Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe's opposition leader, who has been the target of violence many times is accused with trying to assassinate President Mugabe.

Dorman, Sara Rich. 'Rocking the Boat?': Church NGOs and Democratization in Zimbabwe. African Affairs 101:75-92 January 2002.

Dreaming of a 'World after Bob'. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:16 January 2002.
"Accused by the government of racism and terrorism, many of Zimbabwe's tiny white minority remain determined to stay on."

Fighting Chance. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:14-15 January 2002.
"Confidence in the future of the opposition MDC remains strong despite the regime's attempts to split it and weaken its appeal."

Friendlessness of Robert Mugabe. Economist 362:43-44 March 23, 2002.
Zimbabwe is suspended from the Commonwealth.

From Breadbasket to Basket Case. Economist 364:23-24 June 29, 2002.
"Faced with famine, Robert Mugabe orders farmers to stop growing food."

Geddes, John. Stumbling on Zimbabwe: The Prime Minister Finally Gets Tough, but It May Be Too Little, Too Late. Mclean's 115:34 March 25, 2002.

Geoffrey Nyarota. New Statesman 131:42 May 20, 2002.
Reports the arrest of the editor-in-chief of the Daily News.

Gevisser, Mark. As Zimbabwe Goes... Nation 274:4-5 April 8, 2002.
Compares politics and government in Congo and Zimbabwe.

Glover, Stephen. Media Studies. Spectator 288:28 February 16, 2002.
The third column has an article about the arrest of Zimbabwean correspondence, Basildon Peta.

Hamill, James. South Africa and Zimbabwe. Contemporary Review 281:34-39 July 2002.

Heat Goes on. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:18-19 November 2001.
Problems in Zimbabwe.

Hope Dashed, Opportunity Lost. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:20-21 July 2002.
"For the pessimist, resolving Zimbabwe's problems amicably is fast becoming an unachievable task but Morgan Tsvangirai, the opposition leader, wants his countrymen and women to soldier on."

How It All Started. New African No.405:10 March 2002.
Cites a letter from Claire Short for initiating the bad relations between Zimbabwe and the United Kingdom.

Hughes, David M. Cadastral Politics: The Making of Community-Based Resource Management in Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Development and Change 32:741-768 September 2001.

Johnson, Boris. Cowardly Whites Who Helped Mugabe. Spectator 288:12-13 April 13, 2002.
Opinion about the "suffering of Zimbabwe's farmers and the indifference of big business."

Keane, Fergal. Blind Eye to Slaughter. Spectator 288:18-19 March 16, 2002.
Reports Mugabe atrocities in Matebeleland that were ignored.

Keeping Mugabe on the Straight and Narrow. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:22-23 February 2002.

Last Supper. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:14-15 June 2002.
"It is a feeding frenzy as rich and powerful members of Zimbabwe's ruling party kill and maim for choice pieces of land. Violence against the opposition also continues unabated."

Lloyd, Robert B. Zimbabwe: The Making of an Autocratic "Democracy". Current History 101:215-224 May 2002.

Lokongo, Antoine. Tale of Two Countries. New African No.403:12 January 2002.
Contends that a different standard is being used by the international community in response to the situations in Guinea and Zimbabwe.

Lopez, George A. and Cortright, David. Smarting under Sanctions. World Today 58:17-18 February 2002.
The UK, EU and USA are pressing sanctions on Zimbabwe.

Machipisa, Lewis. Reconciliation Talks Collapse. West Africa No.4328:23 June 3, 2002.
"The ruling and opposition parties have called off talks to ease political tension."

MacLean, Sandra J. Mugabe at War: The Political Economy of Conflict in Zimbabwe. Third World Quarterly 23:513-528 June 2002.

Mark, David. House Passes Aid Bill for Zimbabwe. CQ Weekly 59:2927 December 8, 2001.

Masland, Tom and Mahlow, Miriam. No End to Their Woes. Newsweek 140:8 July 29, 2002.
Women in a UN refugee camp claim sexual harassment from the aid workers in the camp.

Maundeni, Zibani. State Culture and Development in Botswana and Zimbabwe. Journal of Modern African Studies 40:105-132 March 2002.

Mayall, James. Hazards of Harare. World Today 57:19-21 October 2001.
Discusses the Commonwealth reaction to Zimbabwe.

Mbakwe, Tom. Land: Government Now Takes on the Big Fishes. New African No.402:18 December 2001.
"One of Africa's wealthiest families, the Oppenheimers, owners of De Beers diamond mining empire, has been given up to the end of the year to give up part of its huge land in Zimbabwe."

Mbakwe, Tom. So, How Much Is Britain Paying? New African No.400:14 October 2001.
"Zimbabwe will press ahead with its land reform programme after failure by Britain to clearly state the extent of its contribution to the reforms."

Mbakwe, Tom. Zimbabwe: A Smear Job? New African No.406:24-27 April 2002.
"Judgment has already been passes by Western governments and their media: the six-hour tape about the opposition's alleged plan to physically 'eliminate' President Mugabe before the presidential election, is a 'smear job'. Without bother to see the whole six hours of tape, they were still able to conclude that it was 'doctored' to give the opposition a bad name."

Mbeki's Great Betrayal. Spectator 287:7 August 18, 2001.
Commentary on the relationship between Zimbabwe and South Africa.

McGeal, Chris. Cost of Defying Mugabe. World Press Review 49:20-21 April 2002.
Considers election improprieties.

McGregor, JoAnn. Politics of Disruption: War Veterans and the Local State in Zimbabwe. African Affairs 101:9-37 January 2002.

Mkangi, Katama. Zimbabwe I Saw. New African No.402:44-47 December 2001.
The author recounts his one month visit to Harare, Zimbabwe.

Moore, David. Neoliberal Globalisation and the Triple Crisis of 'Modernisation' in Africa: Zimbabwe, the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa. Third World Quarterly 22:909-929 December 2001.

More Bloodshed in Mugabe's Zimbabwe. Mclean's 115:16 April 1, 2002.
Reports on opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai's arrest, the West criticism of Mugabe, and the land-redistribution program that has resulted in more deaths.

Mr. Mugabe, Please Be Nice. Economist 362:40 January 19, 2002.
The Southern African Development Community meets but fails to take action against Zimbabwe.

Mudenge, I. S. G. 'Why Are We Beating about the Bush and Pursuing Obvious Red Herrings?' New African No.405:20-24 March 2002.
"Abridged version of the opening statement by Zimbabwe's foreign minister, Dr. I.S.G. Mudenge, at the 11 January European Union-Zimbabwe Dialogue meeting."

Mugabe's Pre-Election Arrangements. Economist 361:45 November 17, 2001.
"Problems caused by President's Mugabe's policies on land redistribution, elections, and foreigners inside the country."

Mugabe Slams U.S. and Seeks Help from Nigeria. West Africa No.4289:26-27 August 20, 2001.
President Mugabe looks to President Obasanjo for help with his many problems.

O'Loughlin, Ed. Tumult in Southern Africa. Business Week No.3775:53 March 25, 2002.

Obote, Milton. Democracy: Milton Obote Vs Tony Blair. New African No.407:18-20 May 2002.
Personal letter from former President Obote to Tony Blair about the punishment of Zimbabwe while Uganda's violations are ignored.

Oguine, Ike. Why Africans Should Reject Robert Mugabe's Tactics. New Internationalist No.343:5 March 2002.
Comments on President Mugabe of Zimbabwe.

One More for Mugabe. Economist 359:41-42 August 4, 2001.
"A crucial by-election victory for the ruling party bodes ill for the opposition."

Otabil, Bernard. Whither the Zimbabwe Economy? West Africa No.4291:32 September 3, 2001.

Patel, Raj. Independent Voices. New Internationalist No.345:6 May 2002.
Recent elections in Zimbabwe and restrictions on the freedom of the press.

Point of No Return. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:21-23 March 2002.
No matter the results of presidential elections, Zimbabwe faces problems.

Pressure Builds. Economist 360:39-40 September 15, 2001.
President Mugabe faces many problems with neighbors and the international community.

Quintana, Michael. South Africa Faces Political Dilemma over Zimbabwe. Jane's Intelligence Review 13:40-41 September 2001.

Raftopoulos, Brian. Briefing: Zimbabwe's 2002 Presidential Election African Affairs 101:413-426 July 2002.

Ranger, Terence. Cultural Revolution. World Today 58:23-25 February 2002.
Explains what President Mugabe means by the phrase 'third chimurenga'.

Robertson, Geoffrey. Criminal Justice. Spectator 289:18-19 June 22, 2002.
Reports on "Robert Mugabe's clownish and sinister manipulation of the law."

Rotberg, Richard. Failed States in a World of Terror. Foreign Affairs 81:127-140 July/August 2002.
Discussions of failed states includes Somalia in Zimbabwe.

Smith, Daniel. War and Peace Update. Defense Monitor 31:6-7 March 2002.
Discusses conflicts in Angola and in Sierra Leone; mentions the Africa Crisis Response Initiative, Congo, Madagascar, Zimbabwe and Liberia.

South Africa: Crossing the Limpopo. Africa Confidential 43:1-3 January 25, 2002.
"Zimbabwe threatens the grand African plans of Presidents Mbeki and Obasanjo."

Southern Africa: Leaders Who Retire, Leaders Who Won't. Africa Confidential 43:1-4 January 11, 2002.
"As President Mugabe tightens his grip on power, other African heads of state announce they intend to retire gracefully."

Standing up to the Chief. Economist 362:46 February 2, 2002.
"Even members of Robert Mugabe's own party are having doubts about him."

Storm Worsens. Economist 359:34 August 18, 2001.
"What can outsiders do about Zimbabwe?"

Taylor, Ian. Africa's Leaders and the Crisis in Zimbabwe. Contemporary Review 280:344-348 June 2002.

Taylor, Ian. Commentary: The New Partnership for Africa's Development and the Zimbabwe Elections: Implications and Prospects for the Future. African Affairs 101:403-412 July 2002.

Taylor, Ian and Williams, Paul. Limits of Engagement: British Foreign Policy and the Crisis in Zimbabwe. International Affairs 78:547-565 July 2002.

Their Fate in the Balance. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:22-23 April/May 2002.
"Zimbabwe's opposition leaders are hurled to court over spurious treason charges."

'They're Killing Us.' Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:34-35 October 2001.
Desperate economic conditions in Zimbabwe.

Thomas, Tony. Explaining Mugabe: Much Learning but Not Much Sense. Contemporary Review 280:349-353 June 2002.

Turning of the Tide. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:24+ September 2001.
"The balance of forces in the international arena, including the crucial African one, is tilting against the Zimbabwean government."

Under Siege. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:20+ December 2001.
Speculates on health and control of government of President Robert Mugabe.

Vasciannie, Stephen. Long Road to Liberation. World Press Review 49:24 April 2002.
Discusses the government in Zimbabwe.

Watch What You Say. Economist 363:43 May 11, 2002.
Discusses freedom of the press in Africa focusing on Zimbabwe.

Wheel's Still Spinning. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:20-23 September 2001.
Envisions continued violence in the government's clash with white farmers.

Where Do We Go from Here? Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:32-37 October 2001.
"With African governments finally losing patience with Robert Mugabe, he has become isolated on the continent. But despite his apparent humiliation at the Abuja and Harare summits, there is still no sign that he intends to go quietly."

While You Looked the other Way. Economist 360:47 October 13, 2001.
"Robert Mugabe's broken promises."

Zimbabwe. Military Technology 26:293-294 World Defence Almanac 2001-2002.
Force structure.

Zimbabwe: After the Phony War. Africa Confidential 43:3-4 July 26,2002.
"Economic breakdown is exposing the spin and forcing political change."

Zimbabwe Election. World & I 17:40-45 May 2002.
Articles about the election in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe: Election Arithmetic. Africa Confidential 43:3-4 March 8, 2002.
Presidential elections to be held in Zimbabwe in March.

Zimbabwe: Fame and Famine. Africa Confidential 43:8 June 28, 2002.
President Mugabe's policies cause further problems in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe: Hungry for Change. Africa Confidential 43:1-2 May 31, 2002.
"The famine sweeping Southern Africa threatens several governments-of which Robert Mugabe's is the most vulnerable."

Zimbabwe: On the Knife-Edge. Africa Confidential 43:1-3 March 22, 2002.
Brokered "deal proposes a coalition government with ministers from all parties and some non-partisan figures; a review of recent oppressive laws on public assembly and the media; full implementation of the Abuja agreeement stipulating orderly land redistribution, to be financed by Britain and international financial institutions."

Zimbabwe: Stalemate. Africa Confidential 43:6 April 5, 2002.
"Shrinking credibility and economic chaos push Mugabe towards the negotiating table."

Zimbabwe: The Killing of Cain. Africa Confidential 42:6-7 November 23, 2001.
"ZANU-PF targets the MDC after the unsolved murder of the war veteran."

Zimbabwe: The Road to Ruin. Africa Confidential 42:3-4 October 12, 2001.
"Mugabe needs to win the presidency again, even if he wrecks the country."

Zimbabwe Violence. Mclean's 115:14-15 February 4, 2002.
Human rights groups report more political violence perpetrated by government representatives.

Zimbabwe: What Next? West Africa No.4317:9-14 March 18, 2002.
Discusses Zimbabwe after President Mugabe's reelection.


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