November Editorial While this issue focuses on the plight of refugees in the African continent, a number of pertinent issues have also been highlighted. Our new correspondent from Uganda James Owaka reports that for the past seventeen years, the people from the northern part of that country have never known peace, thanks to a civil war being waged by rebel leader Joseph Kony.
GA Review[ edit ] I don't believe this article received an adequate review. It doesn't appear to meet the GA criteria.
For that reason, I am nominating it for review at WP: Please feel free to participate in the discussion there. Some of the issues I noticed in scanning the article: Years in dates need to be wikified for user date preferences.
Copyrighted image needs a fair use rationale.
References need to be formatted according to WP: CITE with all available information included. GAArticle talk. I don't believe this article received an adequate review.
There is a copyright image which lacks a fair use rationale and a movie poster that is inappropriately being used in this article the copyright on the image clearly states it is only appropriate for fail use when it is used to provide critical commentary on the film in question or the poster it self; additionally, the fair use rationale for this image should be specific to each article in which it is used, not a blanket FUR for all usesthe years are not wikified in full dates and some dates are not wikified at all, it's very stubby in places with many one-sentence paragraphs, there is a main article link to a redlink article, there are inconsistencies in formatting voting results ie.
Are the other images acceptable? The years I disagree with you on. There seems to be a drive to link to every year every time it appears an article. I linked to years the first time they appear in the article.
If there's a specific requirement in the GA standards for linking to years please point it out. I'll remove the main article dead link. There is no inconsistency in the voting results.
It's the name of a law: Which sections need copy-editing? Up until I began converting the refs to Cite book a minute ago, all refs had the same formatting. Okay, on to the article: There is a copyrighted image not the poster, which needs to be removed that needs a fair use rationale.
An investigation of the origins of the Angolan civil war of By looking at the interaction between internal and external factors, it reveals the domestic roots of the conflict and the impact of foreign intervention on the civil war. Angola’s Civil War, along with U.S. and Chinese involvement in the conflict, constitutes a major subject in the Cold War. Throughout the s American foreign. Editorial Reviews ' an apt introduction to Angola and its interminable wrangles.' - Sousa Jamba, The Times Literary Supplement This study of the Angolan civil war of analyzes the externalization of the war, the degree to which it commanded the attention of the two most powerful states in the world, and the tendency of those two.
The years need to be wikified for user date preferences. Some users choose to have their dates displayed asbut the code is broken if the year is not wikified or if it is a piped link. I corrected the dashes.
Dashes between years and such should be N dashes.
The lead needs to be expanded to summarize the article. Currently, it's more of a definition. As for the votes, I understand now. A good copy-edit would condense the stubby paragraphs throughout the article.
A sequence of one-sentence paragraphs doesn't look good. Article will remain listed. Thank you and best regards. There is no evidence that the African National Congress ever conducted any military operations in, or from, Angola.
I guess it is possible that the originally Croatian tank see here was sold from the Croatian defense council to Cuba. Moved from User talk:After decades of a bloody civil war, Angola is now headed for a transition into peace. However, a report by the New York-based Human Rights Watch notes that one of the critical challenges facing the country in its transition to peace will be the successful return and integration of millions of internally displaced persons, refugees in.
Editorial Reviews ' an apt introduction to Angola and its interminable wrangles.' - Sousa Jamba, The Times Literary Supplement This study of the Angolan civil war of analyzes the externalization of the war, the degree to which it commanded the attention of the two most powerful states in the world, and the tendency of those two.
What is less known, and what Cubans in Angola brings to light, is the significant role Cubans played in the transformation of civil society in Angola during these years.
Offering not just military support but also political, medical, administrative, and technical expertise as well as educational assistance, the Cuban presence in Angola is a.
Angola’s Civil War, along with U.S. and Chinese involvement in the conflict, constitutes a major subject in the Cold War. Throughout the s American foreign. Civil Society and Human Rights in Angola Summary & Comment: An inside evaluation of the history and the effectiveness of civil society organizations in working for .
“Portugal's War in Angola” is an almost must-have when it comes to interest in post-World War II colonial wars. The book is another virtual diamond in the rough concerning little known information about Portugal’s three colonial wars that were fought from Reviews: 4.