Africa’s political and economic weaknesses, along with civil and regional strife, directly affect U.S. national security. At the same time, the presence of enormous energy, mineral and agricultural resources make several African states key components of the global economy. If Africa has largely been ignored in the foreign and economic affairs of the major powers in the past, it is clearly now on the international agenda. There has probably never been a better time to consider the challenges and promises of Africa to U.S. national interests.
- Africa Today: Resources, Conflicts and Migration
- The Growing Threat from ISIS and Al-Qaeda in Africa
- Africa Rising: Unexplained Success Stories…Despite Massive Problems
- The Growing Chinese Footprint in Africa
- South Africa: The Hopes and Disappointments of the “Rainbow Nation”
- India Challenges China in the Race for Africa’s Natural Resources
- Africa Rising: Political Choice, Market Reforms and Economic Growth
- Advancing U.S. Strategic Interests in a Turbulent North Africa
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