Underreported: The UN Response to Zimbabwe's 2008 Cholera Outbreak

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In 2008, up to 100,000 Zimbabweans got cholera. On today’s first Underreported, Foreign Policy’s Assistant Managing Editor Elizabeth Dickinson explains why one former United Nations official is now criticizing the organization’s response to the outbreak, and what it says about the UN’s relationship with authoritarian President Robert Mugabe. Read Elizabeth Dickinson’s article here.