Occasional Papers

This series of papers deals with the problem of violence in the state-building process in Mozambique. It aims to contribute to a more open and less centralized debate on the state-building process, in the hope that the various social and political positions will accept that they are part of a diversity of opinions and experiences. Acceptance of the diversity and relativity of life experience in Mozambique may be the most effective way to combat extremism in the various corners of the political arena linked to the promotion of, and resistance against, various state-building projects.