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Angola Promises and LiesIst and storyteller to cover wars in both Angola and Mozambiue Maier's book is a luminously accurate gem He's wary of all the politicians and tender with ordinary people helpless against the guns of both sides'Mail engrossing'Publishers Weekly'An accessible balanced account'Sousa Jamba Times Literary Supplement'A rare unsentimental book compelling'Weekly Mail Johannesburg'Maier's narrative is energetic his portrayals of Angola its people and its political players are vivid and immediate'The Scotsman'The author's compassion and sympathy are reserved for the victims on both sides of the conflict who make up the overwhelming majority of the Angolan people'Pblico Lisbon'The most distinguished journalist and storyteller to cover wars in both Angola and Mozambiue Maier's book is a luminously accurate gem He's wary of all the politicians and tender with ordinary people helpless against the guns of both sides'Mail Guardian JohannesburgAngola's civil war was the longest in Africa Once the battleground for a proxy war between the Cold War superpowers the country was supposed to become a model for a smooth transition from armed conflict to democracy The government earlier backed by the Soviet Union and Cuba and the UNITA rebels supported by. Promises and lies paints a gruesome picture of life through some of the lowest points in the Angolan conflict Atrocities on all sides and the impact on everyday lives of civilians Local heroes stand out as beacons in an otherwise dark period in Angola's history

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Karl Maier ç 4 Free download The Americans and South Africans would exchange bullets for ballots but it all went wrong UNITA's Jonas Savimbi rejected his defeat in the elections and plunged Angola back into war The United Nations could only wring its hands eventually negotiating a fragile new peace agreement For most Angolans however the effects of a uarter of a century of violence have proved to be enduring than the taste of peaceKarl Maier was the Angola correspondent for The Independent and Washington Post for years and provides a fascinating analysis of the realities behind the conflict as well as a vivid eye witness account of the devastation it brought Whether speaking to soldiers nurses black market traders or aid workers he views Angola's strife with a rare sympathy for the ordinary people caught in the crossfire Sceptical of both sides' promises and lies his is a classic account of one of the civil wars that continue to plague AfricaThis updated new edition covers the massive corruption and other problems that have arisen since the ending of the war with Savimbi's death Armed conflict has been replaced by an oil boom that has benefited only the country's elite as Maier observes the vast majority of Angolans now face 'a war of neglect by their ruler. This is one of the few books available on Angola Linked to Portugal as Goa was Angola has had happy mention by expat Goans way before the ugly wars tore it apart Karl Maier deftly explains much of the intrigue which otherwise remains a grey morass to the world as it struggled out of the clutches of the Portuguese