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Albright and Africa

December 15, 1997
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Secretary of State Madeleine Albright wraps up her seven-country visit to Africa today in Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare, where she will meet with President Robert Mugabe.

Guests:

  • Salesh Booker, a senior fellow and the director of the Africa Studies Program at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, DC.
  • Mike Fleshman, the Human Rights Coordinator at The Africa Fund, an education and advocacy group based in New York City.
  • Gerald Horne, a professor at UNC Chapel Hill writing a book about Zimbabwe.

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