The international community is stepping up attempts to boot Robert Mugabe from office.
In Britain, the government
and the Church of England
have gone further than ever before in the strength of their language against Africa's great survivor. The question is, how far would you go to remove Mugabe? Are words and modest sanctions enough, or is there time for a new tack? Might having an American President with roots in East Africa make a difference?
Or, indeed, is it anything to do with us?