Foreign Telegram – February 3, 2021

In this recurring series of posts, I’ll be highlighting some of the most important and interesting developments in foreign affairs that may have been missed by casual news consumers. These posts may be infrequent, but that all depends on what catches my eye in the realm of international events. I’ll generally describe a few items in each Foreign Telegram, giving an overview of the news itself and some brief commentary on what it all means. Without further throat-clearing, here’s the Foreign Telegram for February 3, 2021.

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The Long Fall of Robert Mugabe

Today, November 21, 2017, will go down in African history as Zimbabwe’s second Independence Day, as the nation’s only leader to this point, 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe, resigned in a letter to the country’s Parliament just as they were in the midst of impeachment proceedings. Crowds in Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare, have been in riotous celebrations ever since the news broke earlier today, as their 37-year quest to seek new leadership in their artificially-impoverished nation has finally come to fruition.Read More »