by Martin Meredith
Hardcover, 243 pages, Perseus Books Group, List Price: $15.99 |
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April 3, 2008 In Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe's grip on power seems to be weakening. Election results show his party has lost control of parliament and his only course of action may be to accept a run-off vote to save his seat as president. Journalist Martin Meredith discusses the situation in the southern African nation.
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