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Vol 43 No 22

Published 8th November 2002


Peering in

Some African leaders don't want their political behaviour monitored. That is inconvenient for the New Partnership for Africa's Development: its central premise was that Africa should set its own political and economic targets, and that each state's record on corruption, human rights and free elections should be reviewed by its peers.

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