ANGOLA: An Easy Rout-- and an Olive Branch

An Easy Rout— and an Olive Branch

After a decisive five-day military blitz, the Soviet-backed Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (M.P.L.A.) last week triumphantly announced that it had won the seven-month-old Angolan civil war. In a Luanda interview with the Yugoslav news agency Tanjug, President Agostinho Neto held out an olive branch to former members of the two Western-backed opposition forces, the National Union for the Total Liberation of Angola (UNITA) and the National Front for the Liberation of Angola (F.N.L.A.). They would have "no problem" under his government, he...

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