GUESTS: PETER MANIKAS Senior Associate, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs Manages NDI's Southern Africa Programs SIMBI MUBAKO Zimbabwe's Ambassador to the U.S. MARTIN RUPIYA Professor of International Relations, University of Zimbabwe in Harare Director, Center for Defense Studies at the University Zimbabwe had been celebrated for a transition to black majority rule that embraced democracy and avoided a racial backlash against white landowners. But President Robert Mugabe has recently backed the seizure of white farmland, and international observers say the just completed national elections were not fair. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at the evolving democracy in Zimbabwe.



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