Reexamining 'Prosper Africa' - the Trump Africa Strategy

The Trump administration's 'Prosper Africa' has been slow to materialize since first unveiled 14 months again by then National Security Advisor John Bolton, writes Witney Schneidman in his latest policy blog for The Brookings Institution. "The question remains as to whether this administration has a coherent strategy that will enable American businesses to compete effectively in Africa, let alone gain a commercial advantage," he writes. 

President Donald J. Trump addressing a working luncheon in New York with the leaders of Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, and Uganda.

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