Swaziland is slightly smaller than the state of New Jersey, home to just under a million people, almost completely surrounded by the country of South Africa, and is one of the world’s last remaining absolute monarchies. Diane talks with King Mswati III about his country’s preservation of cultural traditions, its battle with AIDS, its relationship with the other countries of southern Africa, and other topics.

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