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Tsvangirai Speaks

“Imagine yourself working side by side each day with a man who — for the last decade — has repeatedly arrested you, charged you with treason, detained and beaten your friends, and may have plotted your assassination just a year earlier.” Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe’s prime minister, does just that. In a new interview with Foreign Policy‘s Elizabeth Dickinson, Tsvangirai discusses his old rival, the frustratingly slow progress of the Zimbabwean unity government, his beef with the international community, and his plans for Zimbabwe’s battered economy. [%comments]