AFRICA: Now, Back to the Battlefield

"No agreement! No resolution! We have failed the people of Angola!" So said Kenya's Vice President Daniel Arap Moi last week after the collapse of the Organization of African Unity's emergency summit meeting on the Angolan civil war. After three frustrating days of talks in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital, the delegates from the 46 O.A.U. nations gave up their effort to find a way to halt the fighting. In fact, all they were able to do was demonstrate just how little unity there is in the O.A.U. The delegates not only failed to adopt a resolution on Angola,...

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