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Role Of Both Government Sanctioned And Extra-State Sanctioned Non-State Actors In Angola Highly Likely To Remain Static Over The Next Five Years

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Executive Summary:
Due to high levels of corruption and significant government control over all sectors of the country, particularly the media and the economic sector, theStatic.jpg insignificant role (represented by the score of 1 on the Extra-State Sanctioned side of the Role Potential spectrum) that non-state actors (NSAs) play within Angola is highly likely to remain static over the next five years. However, as the world demand for natural resources such as diamonds and oil increases, business NSAs are likely to find opportunities to increase their functional role, as compared to their power and influence, within the African nation primarily through the purchase of shares or entering into production-sharing agreements with the state owned companies that regulate the mining and exploration sectors.

Analytical Confidence:7
Source Reliability:
9

Discussion:



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Overall Scores

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Democracy Var.

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Doing Bus. Var.

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Corruption Var.

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Failed States Var.

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Geo Dis- NGOs

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Geo Dis- Bus.

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Geo Dis- Ter Grps.