Cameroon: Contentious Elections Come at a Precarious Time
Cameroonians used to praise their country as Central Africa’s oasis of peace and security, but the 2018 presidential election will be strained by insecurity and violent… Read more »
Africa: Congress Takes the Lead on U.S.-Africa policy
While the nation has been transfixed by the confirmation hearings of Judge Brett Kavanaugh for a seat on the Supreme Court, Congress passed significant legislation on Africa that… Read more »
Africa: How to Unlock Manufacturing Potential
How to unlock the manufacturing and industrialization potential in Africa? Read more »
South Africa: Land Redistribution in South Africa, Trump's Tweet, and U.S.-Africa Policy
United States President Donald Trump's incendiary August 22 tweet, contending that white farmers are being killed on a "large scale" in South Africa and that farms and other lands… Read more »
Africa: The 2018 AGOA Forum: A Turning Point for US-Africa Commercial Relations?
The 2018 AGOA Forum—named for the African Growth and Opportunity Act passed in 2000 and extended three years ago to 2025—could be a turning point in U.S.-African… Read more »
Africa: Competing in Africa: China, the European Union, and the United States
Given recent developments in the global economy, especially Brexit and the Trump administration's "America First" policy, it is worth assessing how Africa's three largest… Read more »
September 22, 2017
Africa: How to Get to Reciprocal U.S.-Africa Trade Pact
The global trade environment is rapidly changing and already affecting the U.S.-Africa trade relationship. Indeed, the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) was not intended to… Read more »
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