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Seems like the sort of guy you dont want to meet if you are involved in a national liberation or human rights struggle. He seems to have moved seamlessly from being keeper of Empire to the right had man of the post colonial bosses.
A bit like that woman in the UK who died, I would not be grieving for his passing.