Last month, the Angolan government reversed its “forgive and forget” policy on past atrocities committed during the civil war that ended eighteen years ago. It now has a reconciliation plan to honour the memory of victims. But the new policy may well trigger calls for more truth and accountability, say scholars Maarten van Munster and Joris van Wijk.
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|Issue number||January 14|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Jan 2020|