First, Ambassador to Burundi Robert Krueger, Lansana Kouyate, the United Nations Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs covering Africa, and Randall Robinson, President of TransAfrica, are on to give a report on the state of Africa. In light of problems including genocide in Rwanda, ethnic killings in Burundi, anarchy in Liberia, human rights abuses in Nigeria, and terrorism from Libya, the panel reflects on what the world community's involvement in Africa should be. Then, Richard Brookhiser, senior editor at the National Review clears up some of the myths that have obscured the legacy of George Washington in conversation about his new book, Founding Father. Finally, a conversation about fake art with former director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Thomas Hoving. He discusses his new book, False Impressions, in which he examines a history of art forgery and maintains that the collections of the world's leading museums include frauds.moreless
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