Obama's Second Chance to Engage With Africa
While Africa is being romanced by the emerging economies of Asia, U.S. strategy towards Africa has not changed as much as President Barack Obama's rhetoric might have suggested, writes This is Africa.
President Barack Obama greets spectators after making a speech to the Ghanaian Parliament in Accra on July 11, 2009.
Daily Trust, 21 January 2013
Mr Barack Obama is being sworn in today to a second term as President of the United States. He closed his first term with two incidents that are significant in U.S. relations with... read more »
Tanzania: Obama Inaugurated in Small Ceremony
Tanzania Daily News, 21 January 2013
PRESIDENT Barack Obama was sworn-in officially for his second and final term in the Blue Room of the White House on Sunday surrounded by a small group of family and friends, in... read more »
This Day, 21 January 2013
"I, Barack Hussein Obama, do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and... read more »
Against the backdrop of suggestions that President Barack Obama is considering nominating his United Nations ambassador, Susan E. Rice, to serve as his next secretary of state, ... Read more »
Many African leaders have hailed the victory of U.S. President Barack Obama and have called on their citizens to emulate the example of the Americans in preserving peace during ... Read more »