What links Kenya, Benazir Bhutto, the EU and Gordon Brown?
Two clues: private property and the rule of law
By Stephen Pollard | January 2, 2008
The single most fascinating thing I read last year was about the rise of mobile phones in Kenya.
Not, you might think, the most thrilling of topics. In which case you'd be wrong, because it also helps to explain the murder of Benazir Bhutto, the reaction to Gordon Brown's refusal to call an election last autumn, the growth of the EU and the past few days' riots in Kenya.»
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