Robert Guest

Washington Correspondent, Economist

Guest

Washington correspondent, and former Africa Editor, for The Economist; author of The Shackled Continent: Africa's Past, Present and Future

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President Barack Obama made political theater last week when  he fielded questions  from Republicans.

Questions for the President?

President Barack Obama made political theater last week when he fielded questions from Republicans.

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On his last day in Italy, the President told African diplomats the legacy of colonialism is no excuse for their lack of prosperous democracies.

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On his last day in Italy, the President told African diplomats the legacy of colonialism is no excuse for their lack of prosperous democracies.

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