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  Mozambique - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Republic of Mozambique, or Mozambique, is a country in Southern Africa, bordering South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
In Mozambique, the military decision to withdraw occurred within the context of a decade of armed anti-colonial struggle, initially led by American-educated Eduardo Mondlane, who was assassinated in 1969.
Mozambique's decision to enforce UN sanctions against Rhodesia and deny that country access to the sea led Ian Smith's regime to undertake overt and covert actions to destabilize the country.
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 Category:Foreign relations by country - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Foreign relations of Mozambique - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mozambique's decision to enforce United Nations sanctions against Rhodesia and deny that country access to the sea led Ian Smith's regime to undertake overt and covert actions to destabilize the country.
The Soviet Union and its allies, however, became Mozambique's primary economic, military, and political supporters and its foreign policy reflected this linkage.
Relations with Portugal, the former colonial power, are complex and of some importance as Portuguese investors play a visible role in Mozambique's economy.
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 Background Notes Archive - Africa
The twin pillars of Mozambique's foreign policy are its desire for good relations with its neighbors and the need to maintain and expand ties to current and potential donor states.
Mozambique's principled decision to enforce UN sanctions against Southern Rhodesia and deny that country access to the sea, led Ian Smith's regime to undertake overt and covert actions to destabilize the country.
Mozambique is a member of the Non- Aligned Movement and ranks among the moderate members of the African Bloc in the United Nations and other international organizations.
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 Mozambique (09/05)
Mozambique maintains an embassy in the United States at 1990 M Street, NW, Suite 570, Washington, DC 20036; tel: 202-293-7146.
Relations between the United States and Mozambique are good and steadily improving.
Relations between the two countries languished in a climate of stagnation and mutual suspicion.
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 Mozambique Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
'''Mozambique''' is a country in Southern Africa, bordering South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
By the early 20th century the Portuguese had shifted the administration of much of Mozambique to large private companies, controlled and financed mostly by the United KingdomBritish, which established railroad lines to neighboring countries and supplied cheap--often forced--African labor to the mines and plantations of the nearby British colonies and South Africa.
Mozambique is divided into 11 provinces: Cabo Delgado, Gaza ProvinceGaza, Inhambane, Manica, MaputoMaputo (city), Maputo ProvinceMaputo, Nampula ProvinceNampula, Niassa, Sofala, Tete ProvinceTete, and Zambezia.
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 Foreign relations of Mozambique -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Relations with (A republic in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; Portuguese explorers and colonists in the 15th and 16th centuries created a vast overseas empire (including Brazil)) Portugal, the former colonial power, are complex and of some importance as Portuguese investors play a visible role in Mozambique's economy.
Mozambique also belongs to the (Click link for more info and facts about Organization of African Unity) Organization of African Unity/African Union and the (Click link for more info and facts about Southern African Development Community) Southern African Development Community.
Similarly, in early 1996 Mozambique joined its Anglophone neighbors in the (A world organization of autonomous states that are united in allegiance to a central power but are not subordinate to it or to one another) Commonwealth.
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 Mozambique Country Guide - History and Government - World Travel Guide Provided By Columbus Travel Publishing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Mozambique’s desperate problems are largely the result of the 16-year civil war which wrecked the country.
In general, relations between the two countries are good and Mozambique has derived substantial benefits from the advent of democratic government in South Africa in 1994.
The Commonwealth’s confrontation with Zimbabwe placed Mozambique in a difficult position: as a long-time ally of president Mugabe’s, Chissano was reluctant to pursue punitive measures against Zimbabwe.
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 Nigeria - FOREIGN RELATIONS
Because matters were usually left in the hands of the minister and his officials, foreign policy positions could change radically from one minister to another, depending on the minister's orientation.
To pursue the economic interests through of foreign relations within West Africa, Nigeria championed the formation of ECOWAS and, in spite of competing allegiances to rival organizations within the subcontinent, continued to support the organization's objectives.
The prevailing perception in Nigeria's foreign policy was that, as predominant the African leader, it should play a bigbrother role in relations with African states.
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Similar historical ties have led to the establishment of relations with India and Pakistan, and to a lesser extent, with Bangladesh.
Until the arrival in 1983 of a resident Ambassador in Washington, Zimbabwe's relations with the U.S. were handled by its Ambassador to the United Nations (U.N.) in New York.
Despite strained political relations, the United States continues as a leading provider of humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe, providing about $300 million in humanitarian assistance from 2002-2004, most of which was food aid.
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 Foreign Relations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Relations with the Bush Administration are now quite cold, as Bergonians now openly gloat over the failure to find even a speck of WMD.
The violent breakup of Yugoslavia was a surprising disappointment to many in Bergonia's foreign policy establishment, and the atrocities committed in the early stages of the war by Serbians against Croatian civilians shocked them greatly.
BiH Foreign Minister Haris Silajdzic described Serb attacks around Sarajevo as "breaking of good faith." Silajdzic reportedly said, "The condition for successful negotiations was to restore electricity, water and gas to Sarajevo," which had been lacking for months.
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 FOREIGN RELATIONS
Recently, Brazil has given high priority to expanding relations with its South American neighbors and is a founding member of the Amazon Pact, the Latin American Integration Association (ALADI), and Mercosul (Mercosur in Spanish), an imperfect customs union including Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Brazil.
Within the development of Brazil's foreign trade, in spite of the growth in exports during the 1990-97 period, with a slight drop in 1998, the significant positive credit balance suffered a reduction as from 1992 and showed improvement in 1995.
The latter offer opportunities and challenges: on the one hand they provide opportunities to expand the production of goods for export, as well as the acquisition of equipment and technology for technological renewal; on the other hand they offer serious competitive challenges and in several cases, discourage local production.
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 Mozambique
Bantu speakers migrated to Mozambique in the first millennium, and Arab and Swahili traders settled the region thereafter.
While Mozambique posted some of the world's largest economic growth rates in the late 1990s, it has suffered enormous setbacks because of natural disaster, such as the enormous damage caused by severe flooding in the winters of 2000 and 2001.
The Catholic Church and conflict resolution in Mozambique's post-colonial conflict, 1977-1992.
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 Foreign relations of Mozambique: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Foreign relations of Mozambique
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 Al Mutaiwee discusses consolidating trade relations with Mozambique | Dubai CCI
Al Mutaiwee added that Mozambique could benefit from Dubai's fast paced development, and explained that the UAE markets are rife with competition among exporters, in both quality and price.
He said that relations with Dubai are on the right track, as many businessmen from Dubai go to Mozambique for gold and semi precious stones, in addition to tea and Mangoes.
Al Mutaiwee agreed that relations are on the right track, but said that the trade figures do not reflect the potential possibilities for trade.
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 Foreign Affairs - Home
Recently they've been impressed with the new leadership's foreign policy sophistication and have continued to mull the nature and domestic consequences of its economic miracle--all the while hoping that American protectionism doesn't rock the boat.
The recent dissolution of the government in Ukraine has prompted fears that President Viktor Yushchenko might be straying from the precepts of the Orange Revolution he helped lead last year.
Hurricane Katrina's ravages in the Gulf Coast earlier this month have left many foreign policy experts questioning the Department of Homeland Security's capacity to prevent or limit the damages of a large-scale terrorist attack on the United States.
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 GDI-Solutions.com : Books : Foreign Relations, Cross-Cultural Assignments
Insights into how the US Foreign Service became what it is today, and perceived as obstructive by President Roosevelt in the period before WW II, which has been a hard image to shake over the subsequent decades.
This is an interesting analysis of more than just the US Foreign Service, as the author interviewed many diplomats of various countries about their work through research involving over 600 interviews in 20 countries over a period of 5 years.
One of the interesting opening comments was that there were less than 75,000 people in the diplomatic services of all the countries in the world put together (at that time), which is smaller than some of the leading professional service firms which support the interests of global corporations today.
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 wikien.info: Main_Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Its capital and largest city is Maputo, located in the southern edge of the country.
The Mozambique Drill (2 in the body, 1 in the head) was added to the Modern Technique of gunfighting by Jeff Cooper based on the experience of one of his students, Mike Rouseau, while on duty in Mozambique.
Rouseau was later killed in action in the Rhodesian War.
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 Countries of the World: Mozambique: Chapter 4D. Foreign Relations@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Mozambique has regularly aligned itself with the more militant nations of the Third World, as well as the Soviet Union and its allies, on major issues before the world community.
It has, however, followed a moderate and pragmatic course on African regional issues of most direct concern to it.
A participant in the full range of international, continental, and regional groupings, Maputo's activity in these bodies is subordinated to the primary goal of its foreign policy: the quest for material aid, financing, and technical assistance in...
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 Mozambique's Sixteen-Year Bloody Civil War
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certified that such aid would be in the foreign policy interests of the United States.
At that point, our relations were at their lowest and mutual suspicions were at
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 Mozambique   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Periodicals Specific to Mozambique which are held by the Colgate libraries:
Mozambique / compiler, Colin Darch, with the assistance of Calisto Pacheleke, in association with the Centro de Estudos
Mozambique, the quest for peace : the political, social and economic context, 1980-1994 : a select and annotated bibliography / compiled by Beth Strachan.
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 Encyclopedia: Foreign relations of Mozambique   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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 GeographyIQ - World Atlas - Africa - Malawi - Foreign Relations
Malawi's close relations with South Africa throughout the apartheid era strained its relations with other African nations.
Following the collapse of apartheid in 1994, Malawi developed, and currently maintains, strong diplomatic relations with all African countries.
Malawi is a member of the following international organizations: UN and some of its specialized and related agencies (i.e.
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 South Africa - International Relations, Foreign Policy, Conflict Resolution, Peacekeeping
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 Foreign relations of Mozambique Definition / Foreign relations of Mozambique Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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Mozambique's decision to enforce United Nations sanctions against Rhodesia and deny that country access to the sea led Ian Smiths is about Ian Smith the Rhodesian Prime Minister.
For the former British Conservative Party leader, see Iain Duncan Smith.
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 Aurora Public Library /All Locations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Mozambique -- Foreign economic relations -- United States.
Mozambique History Civil War, 1976-1994 -- See --Mozambique History Independence and Civil War, 1975-1994
Mozambique -- History -- Independence and Civil War, 1975-1994 -- Peace.
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 Mozambique - Country information - Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Mozambique - Country information - Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Strengthening economic relations: The Indian Ocean Rim Association for Regional Cooperation
Includes Heads of State, Prime Ministers, Foreign, Trade and Aid Ministers.
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