"Under our new approach, every policy we pursue, every decision we make, every dollar of aid we spend will further US priorities in the region," said Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs Ambassador John Bolton as he revealed President Donald Trump's new Africa strategy in Washington. Two respected Africa policy analysts ask - is this more about primacy or partnership?
Defining the Trump Africa Strategy - Primacy or Partnership?
Brookings, 21 December 2018
Last week, the Trump administration launched an Africa policy that seeks both primacy and partnership on the continent. The administration's efforts at partnership, especially as… Read more »
The 3 Cornerstones of Trump's New Africa Strategy
allAfrica, 13 December 2018
Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs Ambassador John Bolton is revealing US President Donald Trump's new Africa strategy at the Heritage Foundation in… Read more »
National Security Advisor John Bolton outlines Africa policy at the Heritage Foundation.
U.S., China Plus Russia in Africa - Will It Mean a 'Best Deal' for Africans?
Deutsche Welle, 14 December 2018
The US has a new strategy for Africa to counter China and Russia. Rather than roll their eyes at the new scramble for the continent, Africans should see it as a chance to get the… Read more »
Full Africa Strategy Speech by Ambassador John R Bolton
State Department, 14 December 2018
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Fact Sheet - President Donald J. Trump's Africa Strategy Advances Prosperity, Security, and Stability
The White HouseFACT SHEETSDecember 13, 2018 Read more »
U.S. Rethinking Peacekeeping Role in Continent
VOA, 13 December 2018
The United States is rethinking its role in U.N. peacekeeping missions across Africa, with White House National Security Adviser John Bolton and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis… Read more »
Sweeping Change to US Policy for Continent Announced
VOA, 14 December 2018
The United States is immediately instituting a new policy for Africa that was just approved by President Donald Trump, his national security adviser, John Bolton, announced… Read more »
U.S. Takes Aim at China With New Africa Strategy
The Trump administration has unveiled a new strategy toward Africa, saying that U.S. interests and priorities must come first in all dealings with the continent. Read more »
Trump Administration to Deliver Long-Awaited Africa Policy on December 13
allAfrica, 12 December 2018
President Donald Trump will deliver his administration's long-awaited Africa Policy tomorrow. Kenya's Daily Nation reports that Assistant to the President for National Security… Read more »
Senate President Saraki to Attend Launch of Trump's Africa Strategy in Washington
Office of Senator Bukola Saraki, 13 December 2018
President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, is set to attend the launch of United States of America (U.S) President, Donald J. Trump's, Strategy for Africa, which will be… Read more »
Tibor P. Nagy, Jr. Speaks on Promoting U.S. Interests in Africa
State Department, 13 December 2018
TestimonyTibor P. Nagy, Jr.Assistant Secretary, Bureau of African AffairsHouse Foreign Affairs CommitteeWashington, DCDecember 12, 2018 Read more »
Kenya to Be Named 'Anchor' of Trump's Africa Policy
Nation, 12 December 2018
Kenya will reportedly be named an "anchor" country when the Trump administration unveils its Africa policy on Thursday. Read more »
U.S.-Africa Policy on the Skids - 10 Things Pompeo Can Do To Fix It Quickly
allAfrica, 16 April 2018
The Donald Trump Administration has largely ignored Africa during its first sixteen months in office. Secretary-of-State-nominee Mike Pompeo has an opportunity to change… Read more »
After two abandoned attempts to fill the highest Africa position in the White House, the Trump team is considering a career intelligence officer, Cyril Sartor, to become senior ... Read more »
Will the incoming Trump administation fundamentally change U.S. relations with Africa? Republicans with African expertise are promoting continued engagement with the continent ... Read more »
Africa policy in the Trump White House has become more difficult to predict following reports that the senior director for Africa on the National Security Council is out. Most ... Read more »
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