Zimbabwe still at the crossroads? : domestic stalemate, regional appeasement, and international half-heartedness

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Sicherheit und Frieden - Security and Peace. 2009, 27(3), pp. 185-194
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This article examines the larger political picture of Zimbabwe focusing on last year s developments at the domestic, regional and international level. It finds that Zimbabwe is on a downward spiral of domestic stalemate, regional appeasement, and international half-heartedness, and that there is a need for a coherent strategic effort to replace this trias with domestic change, regional active engagement and international steady commitment. Otherwise both Zimbabwe and the region risk long-term instability with devastating national and regional consequences. In the end, the article outlines and assesses various scenarios for the future development of Zimbabwe, of which the most likely is a kind of status quo conservation.

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ISO 690WELZ, Martin, Julian JUNK, 2009. Zimbabwe still at the crossroads? : domestic stalemate, regional appeasement, and international half-heartedness. In: Sicherheit und Frieden - Security and Peace. 2009, 27(3), pp. 185-194
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