A good map from Jeune Afrique synthesizing the dilemmas within the African institutions about the crisis in Côte d’Ivoire.
In red: countries in favour of all forms of measures against Gbagbo, including military intervention
In yellow: countries focusing on a deal between Gbagbo and Ouattara
In blue: countries focusing on a deal between Gbagbo and Ouattara, openly rejecting the idea of a military intervention
Green stripes: members of the African Union panel
Also an interesting information from the article, explaining the close ties between Gbagbo and Dos Santos (Angola): more than being close ideologically, they were bound by the opposition to former President Houphouët Boigny, who was a UNITA supporter. Ever since Gbagbo closed down UNITA representation in Abidjan in 2000, Dos Santos has always been grateful to Gbagbo, and provided military assistance against the rebels from 2002.