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Vol 44 No 19

Published 26th September 2003


Walter's woes II

US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Walter Kansteiner III is leaving his post in November, we hear, to spend more time with his young family (AC Vol 43 No 22). His able aide-de-camp Jim Dunlap may go, too. The war on terrorism and domestic lobbies on Sudan policy have made Africa more of an electoral issue for President George Bush's government than predicted.

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