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Meanwhile, in Kampala…

By Tom Nuttall  

Gadaffi: Ugandan Relations?

In the west, Colonel Gaddafi is no longer the pantomine villain he was throughout the 1980s and 1990s. His firm denunciation of al Qaeda after 9/11 and his willingness to open up Libya’s WMD programmes to international inspection brought Libya in from the diplomatic cold, and even earned the Libyan leader a visit from a senior western dignitary.

But in Africa, Gaddafi’s ability to wind up his fellow heads of state seems as strong as ever. Here in Kampala, the Ugandan capital,…

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