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Vol 42 No 11

Published 1st June 2001


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The United States fears East Africa may follow West Africa into chronic instability. Secretary of State Colin L. Powell, visiting Kenya last week, had two symptoms of regional sickness on his mind. One is the risk that President Daniel arap Moi will defy Kenya's constitution and stand at next year's election. The other is Sudan, which through slavery and oil has become what one US official called 'the most explosive' African issue in Washington (AC Vol 42 No 10).

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