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The Mozambican peace process in perspective 

Jan 1998

Mozambique’s 16–year civil war ended in October 1992 with the General Peace Agreement signed in Rome. Politically stable for over a decade despite extreme poverty and social dislocation, the country’s peace negotiations and the lasting agreements that were reached deserve close study.

The business of peace: ‘Tiny’ Rowland, financial incentives and the Mozambican settlement

The Mozambican peace process in perspective 
Jan 1998
Accord Mozambique: The business of peace
Alex Vines describes how the chief executive of the UK-based multi-national, Lonrho, Tiny Rowlands, having paid protection payments since the early stages of the war, came to influence Renamo’s and regional leaders’ engagement in the peace process.

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