Uganda: Museveni's 10,000 Days in Power
On 15 June, Uganda’s president, Yoweri Museveni, joined the ‘10,000 Club’, a small coterie of world leaders who have held power for over 10,000 days – more than 27 years. In Africa, only Teodoro Obiang of Equatorial Guinea, Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, and Jose Eduardo Dos Santos of Angola have remained in office longer.
Jesuits at the Court of Mughal Emperor Akbar
Utopian emperor, Akbar the great; in search for the age of reason