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Bullets to BallotsCollective De-Radicalisation of Armed Movements$
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Omar Ashour

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9781474467117

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: May 2022

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474467117.001.0001

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Negotiated Revolution in South Africa: 1990–1994

Negotiated Revolution in South Africa: 1990–1994

(p.238) 11 Negotiated Revolution in South Africa: 1990–1994
Bullets to Ballots

Thula Simpson

Edinburgh University Press

This chapter follows the course of the subsequent negotiations between the ANC, the MK and the South African government from the initial attempts at peace-making to the initiation of constitutional negotiations that enabled the non-racial multi-party elections in April 1994, which swept the ANC to power. The chapter attempts to understand the macro-conditions within the transformation towards non-violence had occurred.

Keywords:   South African Peace Negotiations, MK – armed wing of the ANC, ANC, Security of South Africa, De-Radicalisation in Africa, DDR, South African Transition, 1994 Elections in South Africa

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