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Eric Reeves

The looming chaos in Chad

By Eric Reeves
April 26, 2006

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IDRISS DEBY, the president of the central African country of Chad, may soon lose power to a group of variously motivated rebel movements. The deposing of Deby might not seem occasion for much regret: he is a cruel, tyrannical, and corrupt man who has squandered a great deal of Chad's new-found oil wealth. But the rebels who would replace him ... (Full article: 740 words)

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