Beyond the Water's Edge: The Role of Ex-Presidents in U.S. Foreign Policy
Alex J. Douville
The ability of ex-presidents to influence world politics has increased exponentially, complementing U.S. foreign policy in unique and unprecedented ways.
Wasted Riches: Robert Mugabe and the Desolation of Zimbabwe
Sue Onslow & Sean Redding
The history of Robert Mugabe's rise to power is one of violence fueled by anger. Hopes for democratic reform were dashed by Mugabe's autocratic one-party rule. The authors conclude that the political violence in Zimbabwe has so damaged the society that reconstruction and reconciliation are enormous challenges that will take years to address.