Essay from the year 2010 in the subject Politics - International
Politics - Region: Africa, grade: 19 von 20 Punkten, Stockholm
School of Economics (Stockholm School of Economics), language:
English, abstract: Current developments in Zimbabwe indicate that
the long lasting downturn may come to a halt, raising new hope for
a turnaround. And yet, the conflict is far from being solved. The
presidential elections held in 2008 are known to have been
manipulated to a decisive extent. Whereas the issue has been
neglected for a long time, one question is now being asked with
increasing frequency: Where did it all go wrong? This paper takes
an approach from leadership theory. Looking at Robert Mugabe in the
role of a social as well as political leader, it is analyzed which
impact his actions had on Zimbabwe as a country and its citizens as
individuals. Firstly, it is to be analyzed how Mugabe came to
power. Thereafter the focus will shift onto his first years in
office and his establishment as a political leader. Subsequently
his leadership role during the countrys economic and social
collapse will be analyzed critically before the last section will
provide recapitulatory remarks and outlooks into the future of
Zimbabwe and its leadership.
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