The embattled despot Daniel arap Moi, of Kenya, has sought to preserve his regime by exploiting ethnic divisions. So why is Kenya still intact?
Uganda, of all places, is enjoying a period of peace, but the priee of sta bility as been high
Observers search for a suitable analogy—the next Bosnia, another Somalia—to the shaky, predatory despotism of Mobutu Sese Seko Kuku wa za Banga
"Always in the crunch they are not there," says one Liberian about the United States and its share of responsibility for the bloodletting in his country