When one considers the early American history in relation to slavery and the Indians, it seems that what is happening in Africa today, has been enacted in American history.
The leaders of first world countries should understand and guide African leaders in their policy making efforts, and not just accuse and punish them.
However any loose cannon should be deactivated.
It may be too much to expect an inexperienced African leader, or one who do not have the support of his own cabinet, to be in a position of global policy making.
The maturity of African leadership should be reflected in a fall in the unemployment rate and the steady increased economical growth.