Beyond Mugabe

Preparing for Zimbabwe's Transition

Robert I. Rotberg


The book was published as a report in North America.


Zimbabwe is more volatile - and its future political and economic developments more precariously balanced - than at any time since 2000. Robert Mugabe increasingly looks frail. The NATO intervention in Libya, the successful civil protests in North Africa, and the ouster of former president Laurent Gbagbo have all concentrated the minds of Zimbabwe's neighbors and of Africa more broadly.


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Robert I. Rotberg is president emeritus of the World Peace Foundation and retired director of the Kennedy School of Government's Program on Interstate Conflict at Harvard University.