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African Union: some see mud, others see the stars. (Lest we Forget). Jul 1, 2003 1589
Regime change - is Zimbabwe next? Since when did Britain and America care for the human rights of Zimbabweans? When the land issue exploded in 2000? Or when Ian Smith ruled a semi-apartheid Rhodesia? (Lest we Forget). Jun 1, 2003 1513
"So far from God, so nearer to the US". (Lest We Forget). May 1, 2003 1615
Congo will rise again! (Lest we Forget). Apr 1, 2003 1485
Africa's relations with the West. (Lest we Forget). Mar 1, 2003 1562
What about the women? (Lest We Forget). Jan 1, 2003 1566
The curse of oil: oil makes the modern world go round and even to war (as in George Bush's America). That is why Angola and Sao Tome's neighbours, and even the African Union, should be wary of the current goings-on in the neighbourhood. (Lest We Forget). Dec 1, 2002 1523
Mozambique - dark past, bright future. (Lest we Forget). Oct 1, 2002 1507
AU-EU, the contrasting heritage. (Last We Forget). Sep 1, 2002 1601
'Holocaust envy' or a better deal for Africa? (Comment: Africa and Reparations). Jul 1, 2002 1534
The way forward after Savimbi: the long and painful past has led the new generation of Angolans to realise that the country can only have a better future if its nationalism is constructive and prospective. (Feature: Angola). Jun 1, 2002 1605
Savimbi -- a rebel without a cause? Antonio de Figueiredo, a Portuguese old horse, writes about the demise of Jonas Savimbi and what he meant to the independence and post-independence struggle in Angola. (Feature: Angola). Apr 1, 2002 1611
Durban: Portugal ought to lead the apology wagon. (Viewpoint). Oct 1, 2001 1383

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