On knocking African leaders

Versi, Anver
February 1998
African Business;Feb98, Issue 229, p7
Editorial. Focuses on the political leadership and political leaders in Africa. Western journalists' division of African leaders into two camps; Author's argument against the concept; Complexity of African leadership; Negative effects of the presentation of African leaders as laughing stocks.


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