Revitalising U.S.-Africa Relations - Mozambique's Guebuza
Mozambican President Armando Emílio Guebuza, in a guest column for allAfrica, draws attention to the role of transparent governance that "can inject new vigour and dynamism to Africa-US relations and to political and corporate governance, the world over".
allAfrica.com, 4 August 2014
Good governance, accountability and inclusive development have been recurrent themes in contemporary international relations and development discourse. Nevertheless, scant ... read more »
Mozambique: President Guebuza Urges U.S. Companies to Invest
Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique, 5 August 2014
President Armando Guebuza on 4 August reiterated his appeal for American businesses to invest in Mozambique, and thus help its people achieve their dream of living in prosperity. read more »
Inter Press Service, 3 August 2014
Despite worsening crises in Ukraine, Gaza, and elsewhere in the Middle East, the administration of President Barack Obama hopes next week to focus at least some more positive ... read more »
The Guardian, 2 August 2014
IN a face-saving move and amid criticisms from Africans and Americans over his decision not to hold one-on-one meetings with presidents from Africa who will be participating in a ... read more »
Malawi News Agency, 2 August 2014
Malawi President Prof Peter Mutharika left cheerful faces at Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe on Friday upon departure for the 'US-African Leaders Summit' after he had ... read more »
Africa: U.S.-Africa Summit 'Lacks Depth'
Chatham House, 1 August 2014
The first ever US-Africa Leaders summit in Washington DC is an important political statement by the US and Africa that both value a deepened relationship. read more »
Tanzania Daily News, 2 August 2014
President Barrack Obama has invited 50 Heads of African States to a United States/ Africa summit that takes place next week in Washington. read more »
Armando Emilio Guebuza President of Mozambique (file photo).