Teaching Module: Planning for Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe
Author: Michelle D. Gavin, Adjunct Fellow for Africa
December 17, 2008
This module features teaching notes for Planning for Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe by author and CFR Adjunct Fellow Michelle D. Gavin, along with other resources to supplement the text. This Council Special Report argues that by leading an international process to plan for the eventual departure of Zimbabwe's President Mugabe, the United States can increase the likelihood that change will bring constructive reform instead of conflict and state collapse.
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CFR Books & Reports
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Conference Panel Session
Center for Preventive Action Symposium on Preventive Priorities for a New Era, Session Two: Outlook for Critical Regions
This meeting is not for attribution.
Academic Conference Call
Africa: Beyond Humanitarianism
This meeting is on the record.
What is a CFR Teaching Module
Teaching Modules—featuring teaching notes by the authors of CFR publications—are designed to assist educators in creating or supplementing a course syllabus. The modules are customized packages built around a primary CFR text, such as a book or report, and include teaching notes; additional readings; video, audio, and transcripts of CFR meetings; Foreign Affairs articles; and other online resources. Use of these modules is free of charge. They may be used in part or in their entirety.
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