Rebel movements and proxy warfare: Uganda, Sudan and the Congo (1986–99)

@article{Prunier2004RebelMA,
  title={Rebel movements and proxy warfare: Uganda, Sudan and the Congo (1986–99)},
  author={G. Prunier},
  journal={African Affairs},
  year={2004},
  volume={103},
  pages={359-383}
}
Sudan and Uganda have for many years carried out an undeclared war. One little-known aspect of this conflict is the use of Zaire/Congo as an outside battlefield where proxy guerrilla organizations either fought each other or fought the armies of their sponsor's enemy. From a small scale prior to 1996, the conflict grew to occupy a major place in terms of men engaged and battles fought after this proxy war morphed into the bigger 'Congolese' conflict which developed from the fall of President… Expand
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