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8. : Schenkman Books, 1998). 9. The Somalian descent is chronicled in Alice B. : University Press of America, 1997). Conflict in Africa: An Overview 41 10. : Brookings Institution, 1995). 11. These societies may also be termed “ethnically bipolar”; see R. S. Milne, Politics in Ethnically Bipolar States: Guyana, Malaysia and Fiji (Vancouver and London: University of British Columbia Press, 1981). 12. For a positive assessment of the Belgian experience, see Michael O’Neill, “Re-imagining Belgium: New Federalism and the Political Management of Cultural Diversity,” Parliamentary Affairs 51, no.
On the one hand, immense resources will have to be made available to all three governments. They must be offered the means to build clinics, roads, schools, and other benefits of this sort to make their sacrifices palatable. At the same time, they must also be reminded of the unbearable alternative to loss of sovereignty. Do they want their children to constantly live under the cloud of imminent genocide? Though a difficult idea to sell, federation is not one that should be lightly abandoned. 38 Ali A.
Franz Uhle-Wettler, “War,” in Brassey’s Encyclopedia of Military History and Biography, ed. Franklin D. : Brassey’s, 1994), 1045. 10. Uhle-Wettler, “War,” 1045. 11. Samuel Kasule, The History Atlas of Africa (New York: Macmillan, 1998), 137. These international wars were fought in Algeria against the French; in Kenya and Rhodesia against the British; in Guinea-Bissau, Angola, and Mozambique against the Portuguese: and in Namibia and Zimbabwe against South Africa. 12. Countries that have fallen prey to this type of violence include Algeria, Morocco, Chad, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Zaire, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Angola, and South Africa.
Armed Conflict in Africa by Carolyn Pumphrey