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This powerful book critiques mercenary involvement in post-Cold War African conflicts. The contributors investigate the links between the rise in internal conflicts and the proliferation of mercenary activities in the 1990's; the distinction in the methods adopted by Cold War mercenaries and their contemporary counterparts; the convoluted network between private armies; business interests and sustained poverty in Africa’s poorest countries; and the connection between mercenary activities and arms proliferation. Countries discussed include Sierra Leone, Zaire, Angola, Uganda and Congo.

Edited by Abdel-Fatau Musah and J. ‘Kayode Fayemi

First published 2000 by Pluto Press. 349 Pages, PDF format. Download link will be immediately available after checkout.

File size: 1,12 MB