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Author: Human Rights Watch
ISBN: 1564322335
ISBN13: 978-1564322333
Language: English
Publisher: Human Rights Watch (July 1, 1999)
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Donate Now. September 13, 1999. The Rise and Fall of the Lusaka Peace Process. Legacy PDF: Read the report. Angola returned to all-out war in December 1998, the fourth period of open warfare in living memory. The human cost since fighting resumed is impossible to determine with precision, but the United Nations estimates that nearly one million people have become internally displaced persons because of the renewed conflict, 10 percent of Angola's population. This return to war also represented the end of the uneasy peace process that began with the Lusaka Protocol in Zambia in November 1994.

Angola returned to all-out war in December 1998, the fourth in living memory. Unchecked arms flow undermined confidence in the peace process. This report documents the failure of the peace process in the hope that lessons can be learned from mistakes made by the . and the international community. The government used its oil wealth, and UNITA its diamond sales, to fund arms purchases. extended its embargo to include diamonds only in 1998, and began to investigate the embargo's implementation only in 1999.

This Human Rights Watch report recounts the failures of the Angolans and the United Nations to consolidate the peace process begun by the Lusaka accord of November 1994, detailing the abuses committed by the warring parties since that date

This Human Rights Watch report recounts the failures of the Angolans and the United Nations to consolidate the peace process begun by the Lusaka accord of November 1994, detailing the abuses committed by the warring parties since that date. Although rightly placing most of the blame for Angola's nightmare on Jonas Savimbi, the report also underscores the repeated inability of the . to intervene decisively, take human rights violations seriously, or enforce its own sanctions

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