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An occasional podcast from the editors of World Politics Review, a daily publication featuring news and commentary on foreign policy, national security and international affairs.-As Ghana celebrates 50 years of independence this month, World Politics Watch Contributing Editor Blake Lambert interviewed three Ghanaians about the state of their countrys economy. All say Ghanas founding President Kwame Nkrumah, were he still alive, would be disappointed in the economic progress Ghana has made over the last five decades. But each is thankful that Ghana, unlike most of its neighbors, has managed to stay relatively unified, and escape the ethnic and tribal wars that have rent much of Africa.

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