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Robert Guest

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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?

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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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