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Robert I. Rotberg

Standing up to Mugabe

By Robert I. Rotberg
December 22, 2007

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GOOD FOR Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany and Prime Minister Gordon Brown of Great Britain. Brown (and six other heads of government in Europe) refused to attend this month's European Union-Africa Summit in Lisbon because President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe was scheduled to be there. Merkel (along with the leaders of Norway, Denmark, and the Netherlands) condemned the extent to ... (Full article: 757 words)

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