Africa Notes Archive: Chronological

A chronological listing of all CSIS Africa Notes from 1982 to 2006

1982

1 - To Demystify and Unsimplify

2 - A Conversation with Sékou Touré

3 - Where Does the OAU Go From Here

4 - ECOWAS - Problems and Prospects

5 - South Africa - What Kind of Change

6 - France and Africa 1982

 

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1983

7 - Some Unstereotypical Voices

8 - The Politics of Survival - UNITA in Angola

9 - Africa's Financial Future - Some Constraints and Options

10 - Zaire and Israel – A 1962-1983 Timeline

11 - SADCC A Progress Report

12 - The Shared Tactical Goals of South Africa and the Soviet Union

13 – Namibia’s Independence - A Political and Diplomatic Impasse

14 - The Scope of Africa’s Economic Crisis

15 - An IMF Happening

16 - The MNR [Mozambican National Resistance]

17 - The Eagleburger Contribution

18 - Why Chad?

19 - Nigerian Democracy on Trial

20 - Whither Zimbabwe

21 – Liberia: Return to Civilian Rule?

22 - The Process of Decision-Making in Contemporary South Africa

 

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1984

23 - How Serious is Africa’s Food Crisis

24 - Nigeria 1984: An Interim Report

25 - U.S. Aid to Africa - Who Gets What When and How

26 - Destabilization and Dialogue - South Africa’s Emergence as a Regional Superpower

27 - New Trends in Soviet Policy Toward Africa

28 - The IMF and Africa - Kenya

29 - Cape Verde From Way Station to Diplomatic Crossroads

30 - Swaziland: In Transition to What

31 - Accelerated Development Revisited

32 - Iran and Africa, 1984

33 - Africa Reconsiders its Parastatals

34 – Mauritius, 1984

35 - Who’s Who and Where  

36 - A Guide to Black Politics in South Africa

37 - Angola - A Quarter Century of War

 

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1985

38 - Post-Nkomati Mozambique

39 - Eight New Realities in Southern Africa

40 - Can Ethiopia Survive Both Communism and The Drought

41 - Black Education in South Africa - Key or Chimera

42 - The Rawlings Revolution in Ghana

43 - South Africa’s Non-U.S. Economic Links

44 - Inside South Africa - A Status Report

45 - The U.N. - A Not So Dangerous Place

46 - What Does the Case of Mozambique Tell Us About Soviet Ambivalence Toward Africa

47 - Botswana - Diamonds, Drought, Development, and Democracy

48 - Seven Scenarios for South Africa

49 - Some Observations on U.S. Security Interests in Africa

50 - Optimism on Zaire - Illusion or Reality

51 - Two (Hopeful) Views of Nigeria

52 - United States Options in Angola

 

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1986

53 - A Fundamental Shift in South African Politics

54 - Benin Joins the Pragmatists

55 - Moscow and Africa - a 1986 Balance Sheet

56 - Southern African Interdependence

57 - The Strategic Minerals Maze

58 - The Angolan Economy - A Status Report

59 - A New Guinea

60 - South Africa - A Reporter's Notebook

61 - OAU Assembly XXII

62 - Sanctions - Another View

63 - The Nonaligned Summit - Behind the Rhetoric

64 - Who’s Who and Where

65 - Algeria Today and Tomorrow - An Assessment

66 - In Search of South African Analogies

67 - Mozambique After Machel

 

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1987

68 - The Enduring French Connection

69 - African Opinions of United States Policy

70 - Cuba and Angola

71 - Côte d’Ivoire at 27

72 - Four Soviet Views of Africa

73 - Observations on the South African Elections

74 - AIDS in Africa - Knowns and Unknowns

75 - U.S. Military Assistance to Africa

76 - What can Academia Contribute to Postapartheid South Africa

77 – Chad’s Third Republic - Strengths Problems and Prospects

78 - South Africa - An Unconventional Republican View

79 - Diplomacy’s Day in Northern Africa

80 - Cuba and Mozambique

 

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1988

81 - Pretoria’s Nuclear Diplomacy

82 - Who’s Who and Where

83 - How Disinvesting Corporations Could Foster Economic Empowerment of Black South Africans

84 - Sino-African Relations in the 1990s

85 - Tunisia: A New Beirut

86 - Why Africa Matters

87 - How British Policy Toward Africa is Shaped and Executed

88 - Kenya - 25 Years After Uhuru

89 - A 1988 Update on Soviet Relations with Pretoria, the ANC, and the SACP

90 - A Guide to the Intricacies of the Angola-Namibia Negotiations

91 - U.S. Aid to Africa - A Time for Reassessment

92 - Zimbabwe - A Status Report

93 - AIDS as a Factor in U.S. Foreign Relations

 

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1989

94 - Washington Pauses to Reassess the South African Sanctions Issue

95 - Middle Africa’s Minerals - From Myth to Reality

96 - Summing Up and Looking Ahead

97 - How the IMF and the World Bank Affect African Decision Making

98 - If the Cold War is Over in Africa Will the United States Still Care

99 - In Search of South African Analogies

100 - An Interim Report on Sudan’s New Regime

101 - OAU Assembly XXV

102 - The South African Military Reassesses its Priorities

103 - Keeping Namibian Independence on Track - The Cuban Factor

104 - The Botha Era - An End or a Beginning

105 - Southern Africa - A Global Perspective

106 - Who’s Who and Where

 

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1990

107 - Africa in the 1990s

108 - The World Bank Africa Update

109 - Why Racial Reconciliation Is Possible in South Africa

110 - Namibia Becomes a Nation - Could It Be a Model

111 - Burkina Faso in Transition

112 - Soviet Assistance to Africa - The New Realities

113 - The ANC in Transition - From Symbol to Political Party

114- Who is Where in the Debate on Nationalization in South Africa

115- The 1990 Franco-African Summit

116 - A Soviet Analyst’s View of Angola’s Relevance in the 1990s

117 - Africa’s Uprooted - A Status Report

118 - A Conversation with President Abdou Diouf

119 - Some Thoughts on the U.S. Policy Process

 

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1991

120 - The New Politics of U.S. Aid to Africa

121 - Conflict Resolution in Mozambique - A Status Report

122 - Southern Africa in the Year 2000 - An Optimistic Scenario

123 - New Soviet Priorities in Africa

124 - South Africa - The Politics of Constitution-Making

125 - Angola - The Road to Peace

126 - The SADF Revisited

127 - The Transition in Ethiopia

128 - Who’s Who and Where?

129 - A Conversation With Liberia’s Interim President - Dr. Amos Sawyer

130 - Cameroon - Background to a Crisis

131 - Reconstructing Education for a New South Africa

 

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1992

132 - Some Lessons From the Past and Some Thoughts for the Future of U.S.-Africa Policy

133 - South Africa in Transition - Pitfalls and Prospects

134 - Russia’s Third Discovery of Africa

135 - South Africa After the Referendum

136 - Zimbabwe at a Crossroads

137 - Angola in Transition - The Cabinda Factor

138 - A Watershed in U.S. Aid to Africa - Disengagement or a New Approach

139 - Is Democracy Achievable in Russia and/or South Africa

140 - Russia’s Arms Sales to Africa - Past Present and Future

141 - Zambia Tests Democracy

142 - Africa’s Transition to Pluralism - Economic and Investment Implications

143 - What Can We Hope For-Expect in a Clinton Africa Policy

 

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1993

144 - What are the Lessons to be Learned from Somalia

145 - Should Elections be the Criterion of Democratization in Africa

146 - AIDS Revisited

147 - An Exit Interview With Hank Cohen

148 - An Update on U.S. Priorities in Africa

149 - Uneasy Passage - Senegal in 1993

150 - Increasing Investment in Africa - Lessons to be learned from Ghana

151 - Competition and Cooperation in the Indian Ocean

152 - Some Thoughts on Africa in the Year 2000

153 - Who’s Who and Where

154 - Zimbabwe Revisited

155 - The Restructuring of USAID - Implications for Africa

 

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1994

156 - Postapartheid South Africa - Steps Taken, The Path Ahead

157 - U.S. Interests in Africa Revisited

158 - Some Observations on Somalia’s Past and Future

159 - What Can Oil Do For Troubled Chad

160 - U.S. Military Interests in Postapartheid South Africa

161 - Africa in the Year 2000

162 - The White House Conference on Africa

163 - The Coming Anarchy

164 - Uganda - An Update

165 - U.S. Policy on AIDS-TB - A Need for More Global Focus

166 - Zaire at the Crossroads

167 - A Conversation with F. W. de Klerk

 

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1995

168 - Afro-realism vs. Afro-pessimism

169 - Mediating the Sudanese Conflict - A Challenge for the IGADD

170 - South Africa’s New Defense Force - Progress and Prospects

171 - African Democratization - An Update

172 - Governance and Economic Survival in Postintervention Somalia

173 - HIV-AIDS TB & Ebola Virus - The Tortoises and the Hare

174 - Liberia - A Casualty of the Cold War's End

175 - Can Ghana’s Economic Reform Survive the 1996 Elections?

176 - Who’s Who and Where

177 - An Assessment of Prospects for Ending Domestic Military Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa

178 - A Status Report on Progress Against Filarial Diseases in Africa

179 - Nigeria - Rivers of Oil Trails of Blood - Prospects for Unity and Democracy

 

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1996

180 - South Africa’s Foreign Policy Priorities - A 1996 Update

181 - Conflict Management in Africa

182 - Angola’s Elusive Peace

183 - Africa in the U.S. Media - A Glass Half Full or Half Empty

184 - U.S. Priorities in Sub-Saharan Africa - Looking Toward the 21st Century

185 - The Information Revolution Comes to Africa

186 - Algeria After the Election - A Giant Small Step

187 - South Africa and Regional Peacekeeping

188 - The United Nations at 51 - Problems and Prospects

189 - Africa’s Debt Burden - Proposals for Further Forgiveness

190 - Africa’s Emerging Stock Markets

191 - France and Africa - A 1996 Update

 

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2001-2006

1 - HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia: The Silence Is Broken; the Stigma Is Not

2 - Time for Concerted International Action on Zimbabwe

3 - Kenya: Revolution, Relapse, or Reform?

4 - U.S. Policy Toward Kenya in the Wake of September 11

5 - Senator Danforth's Sudan Challenge: Building a Bridge to Peace

6 - Somalia: Next Up in the War on Terrorism?

7 - Ethiopia: Coping with Islamic Fundamentalism before and after September 11

8 - Islam and Democratic Federalism in Nigeria

9 - Somaliland: The Little Country that Could

10 - Islam, Protest, and Conflict in Nigeria

11 - U.S. Oil Stakes in West Africa

12 - Preview of Kenya's December 27 National Elections

13 - New Chance for Kenya

14 - The Kenya General Election: December 27, 2002

15 - Averting Chaos and Collapse in Zimbabwe

16 - Alienation and Militancy in Nigeria's Niger Delta

17 - A Commentary on the Millennium Challenge Account

18 - New Forces Shaping Kenyan Politics

19 - Kenya: Challenges and Prospects

20 - Is it Time to Engage Libya?

21 - Keeping the Peace in Cote d'Ivoire  

22 - Sudan's Energy Sector: Implementing the Wealth - Sharing Agreement

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24 - The Threat of International Sanctions on Sudan's Oil Sector

25 - Ethiopia in 2005: The Beginning of a Transition?

 

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