Reading this feels like reading a script on an African tragedy; Africa too was for many years under…
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A question. I don’t know if you cover the history of Pan-Arabism from it’s inception in the early 1900’s to the Suez Crisis of 1952. I imagine if you do that you could give me a perspective from your viewpoint. I’m looking at the process of EAC integration today in light of some of that history. The upcoming election results in Kenya may signal a change in attitude.

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