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The identities of the following are disguised to maintain the confidentiality of subjects:
Former Ugandan Cabinet minister, served at various levels including at Cabinet rank 2004–2005, Kampala, 12.2.2010.
Former UK official, involved in UK–Africa diplomacy during the early 2000s, London, 14.3.2012.
Former White House official, served in George W. Bush White House during the 2000s, Washington DC, 19.11.2009 and 11.5.2012.
Western diplomat, senior official based in Kampala in the later 2000s, Kampala, 17.2.2010.
US official, involved in Africa policy-making in Obama administration, Washington DC, 10.5.2012.
Former senior US official 1, involved in US Africa policy-making throughout George W Bush administration, Washington DC, 8.5.2012.
Former senior US official 2, involved in US–Kenyan relations during the 2000s, Washington DC, 8.5.2012.
Senior US official, involved in Africa policy-making in George W Bush and Obama administrations, Washington DC, 9.5.2012.
DFID official, senior civil servant serving in DFID during the 2000s, London, 30.3.2009.
Former US diplomat, former US diplomat serving in Uganda in the 2000s, by telephone, 12.11.2009.
Former Western official, diplomat (nationality not disclosed) serving in Uganda in the 2000s, location not disclosed, by telephone, 17.11.2009.
FCO official, civil servant working in the FCO in the later 2000s, London, 19.3.2009.
Former senior US official 3, involved in US Africa policy-making during the early 2000s, Washington DC, 10.11.2009.
Former senior FCO official 1, high-level official involved in UK–Africa policy-making during the 2000s, London, 14.10.2009.
Former senior FCO official 2, senior civil servant in the FCO during the 2000s, London, 5.5.2009.
Former FCO official, involved in UK–Africa diplomacy during the early 2000s, London, 20.7.2009.
Former senior US official 4, high-level official involved in UK–Africa policy in the 1990s, Washington DC, 11.11.2009.