Lesotho Political Change Subject of Aerni-Flessner Editorial

February 22, 2019

Political change is afoot in Lesotho, and RCAH Assistant Professor John Aerni-Flessner has co-authored an editorial in today's Mail & Guardian, South Africa’s largest and most influential weekly newspaper. https://mg.co.za/…/2019-02-22-00-lesothos-godfather-bows-out

"No matter who ends up at the helm of Lesotho’s political parties, continuing the politics of stasis will not lead to appreciably better results for citizens," Aerni-Flessner writes.

Aerni-Flessner is the author of the recent book “Dreams for Lesotho: Independence, Foreign Assistance, and Development."


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