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  1. Blood and soil: land politics and conflict prevention in Zimbabwe and South Africa / International Crisis Group 2004-09-17 . - 221 p.
    Tensions over land and race, which have already contributed much to Zimbabwe's political and economic collapse, are rising in South Africa as well. New approaches are needed.

  2. "Why my heart sank when I read Magnus Linklater's commentary on the appearance of Robert Mugabe at Thabo Mbekiís Inauguration Ceremony in The Times" - a textanalytical essay / Englert, Birgit 2004-07-01 . - 7 p.
    Bias and old-fashioned arrogance in the British press.

  3. Zimbabwe and the Commonwealth: a brief historical overview / Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative 2004-03-31 . - 3 p.

  4. Report on the open Forum on Zimbabwe and South Africa / Britain Zimbabwe Society 2004-02-28 . - 16 p.
    On the inititative to expand the dialogue and engagement between Zimbabweans and South Africans.

  5. The Western response to the crisis in Zimbabwe / Lee, Margaret C. 2003-12-31 . - 17 p.
    By behaving as they did, the US and UK must also take some of the blame for the magnitude of crisis.

  6. Commonwealth Heads of Government statement on Zimbabwe / CHOGM 2003-12-07 . - 2 p.
    The Commonwealth stresses its "earnest desire" to facilitate the early return of Zimbabwe to its Councils.

  7. The Mugabe regime - tyranny about to end? / Coltart, David; MDC 2003-11-18 . - 6 p.

  8. UK, South Africa and relations with Zimbabwe: Memorandum, Evidence to the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee on UK-South Africa relations / Kibble, Steve; CIIR 2003-10-06 . - 13 p.
    Author analyses South Africa's policy on Zimbabwe, and recommends how the United Kingdom should proceed on its policy on Zimbabwe.

  9. An analysis of the cause and effect of the brain drain in Zimbabwe / Chetsanga, C.J. and T.B. Muchenje; Scientific and Industrial Research and Development Centre 2003-07-27 . - 110 p.

  10. The new brain drain from Zimbabwe / Tevera, Daniel S., and Jonathan Crush; Southern African Migration Project 2003-07-01 . - 37 p.
    Why are so many Zimbabweans thinking seriously about leaving?

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