Heidi Vogt

Wall Street Journal

Guest

East Africa correspondent for the Wall Street Journal; former reporter for the Associated Press in Kabul, Afghanistan

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President Obama got a hero's welcome in  Kenya , and his message of tough love was well received in the land where his father was born.

Obamamania and Africa's Future

President Obama got a hero's welcome in Kenya , and his message of tough love was well received in the land where his father was born.

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For the first time in history, Africa's largest country is undergoing a peaceful transition of power.

Nigeria Elects a New President

For the first time in history, Africa's largest country is undergoing a peaceful transition of power.

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In Washington yesterday, President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron  promised to stay the course  in Afghanistan.

Developing Threats to US and NATO Plans in Afghanistan

In Washington yesterday, President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron promised to stay the course in Afghanistan.

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