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Byline: Awel Uwihanganye
WHEN Dr. Olara Otunu came back home to participate in politics last year, the media was awash with stories of how he would use his international 'influence' to isolate President Yoweri Museveni.
The argument that somewhat he possessed stronger international credentials than Museveni was his position of strength within the Inter-Party Co-operation, a bluff which has since vanished in thin air.
Museveni's strong interventionist policy, a source of his growing influence and will, probably define his lasting legacy. It has seen Uganda intervene in the internal affairs of several African countries, in line with the principle of the responsibility of leaders to protect human lives wherever they are threatened, anywhere in the …