Peled, Alon
November 1993
New Republic;11/1/93, Vol. 209 Issue 18, p13
Points out that South Africa needs an apolitical and racially integrated military and police force that supports the new democratic government in order to have a peaceful transition to democracy. April 27, 1994 elections to be the first election in which blacks will cast their ballots; Complicated issue of power-sharing; Possibility of senior military officers refusing to obey Nelson Mandela and a government dominated by the African National Congress (ANC); Possibility of a coup d'etat or a protracted civil war; Suggestions for the peaceful reform of the police and the military.


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