VIEIRA, Sergio. Mozambiquian, b. 1941. Genres: Military/Defense/Arms control, Area studies, Third World. Career: FRELIMO (Mozambique's independence party), founding member, 1962, representative in Algiers, 1964-67, and Cairo, 1969-70, secretary of the presidency, 1967-75; Cabinet of the President of Mozambique, director, 1975-77; Banco de Mozambique, governor, 1978-81; political positions in Mozambique include minister of agriculture, 1981-83, governor for the Niassa Province and deputy minister of defense, 1983-84, and minister of security and co-chairperson of Mozambican/South African Joint Security Commission, 1984-87; University Eduardo Mondlane, Maputo, Mozambique, professor, 1987-, director of Centre for African Studies, 1987-92. Economic Commission of the Non-Aligned Summit, chairperson, 1979; SAGE, general manager, 1992-93; Assembly of the Republic of Mozambique, chairperson of Social Affairs Commission; consultant to BPD, 1994. Estudos Mocambicanos, publisher, 1987-92. Publications: Disarmament and Development: A Mozambican View, 1988; Southern Africa, Mozambique: From Rivalries to Global Convergence, 1988; War and Peace in Southern Africa: The Mozambican Reply to Pretoria's Undeclared War, 1989; (ed. with I. Wallerstein, W. Martin, and others) How Fast the Wind? Southern Africa, 1975-2000, 1992; The Possible Changes and Transformations, 1992; The History of the National Liberation Struggles: On the Relationship Between the Struggle and the Content and Direction of the Post-Colonial Society; The Case of Mozambique, 1993; Governing During Transition, 1993. Author of books published only in Portuguese. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to periodicals, in English and Portuguese. Address: CEA UEM, C.P. 1993, Maputo, Mozambique.