Africa: Sense at the Summit

AFRICA Sense at the Summit

Recently, any gathering of African leaders has tended to be as harmonious as a meeting of magpies. At Addis Ababa last month, eight of the 36 delegations to the Organization of African Unity walked out huffily over the question of seating Ghana's new government. Even such a simple task as forging a united opposition to white-ruled Rhodesia has proved beyond African capability. Pride and pretentiousness are part of the trouble, but last week in Nairobi, where Kenya's President Jomo Kenyatta and ten other African leaders sat down to...

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