With international issues getting little attention from Democrats running for President in the United States, the Council on Foreign Relations submitted 12 questions to candidates on key foreign policy issues. One focused on the implications for the United States o population growth in Africa "and how should we adjust our policies to anticipate them?" Nine responded initially, several of whom included broader declarations about the importance of U.S. relations with the continent.
U.S. Democratic Presidential candidates who responded to question on foreign policy from the Council on Foreign Relations
Democratic Candidates Respond on Africa's Population & U.S-Africa Relations
Council on Foreign Relations, 30 July 2019
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