Helen epstein is visiting professor of global public health and human rights at bard college in annandale new york her book the invisible cure why we are losing the fight against aids in africa picador 2008 was a new york times notable book and was amazoncoms best science book of 2007 her articles have appeared in the new york review of books the new york times magazine harpers and . Another fine mess chronicles how american foreign policy driven by short term security concerns results in long term crises and an entrenchment of authoritarian rule in the process an important and prescient cautionary tale. Unlike other books that cover the same period in history another fine mess has a definite perspective it lays plain the ways in which the us is complicit in most atrocities in east africa not just in uganda since the end of the cold war and how uganda specifically has been at the forefront of the wests war on terror. Another fine mess america uganda and the war on terror a book review. In another fine mess america uganda and the war on terror the journalist and researcher helen epstein chronicles how the united states and western donors enabled musevenis policy of destabilization in east and central africa while at the same time he plunged his own country into the depths of poverty and high rates of illiteracy and
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