With the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, Washington appears to be finally reframing its relationship with Africa in largely positive terms. Yet much hinges on the financing and implementation of the dozens of initiatives announced at the summit.
The Biden administration wanted to send a clear message of strong re-engagement in Africa.
The Nobel Committee is reminding us that we can’t build a new European post-war order, however fair, by building a new wall. It’s enough to remember the wall that emerged in the aftermath of World War II and failed to bring peace to Europe.
Africa’s mobile phone market is one area where U.S.-China technology decoupling will be evident, an industry at the heart of Africa’s digital transformation.
Biden once scolded George W. Bush for pledging to defend Taiwan. Now he is making a worse mistake by chipping away at long-standing policy without a better alternative.
On Monday, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken introduced the Biden administration’s much-awaited strategy for Africa. Speaking in South Africa, during his second trip to the continent in less than a year, Blinken outlined the policy against a backdrop of the pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and a global economic slowdown. Although somewhat comparable to…
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U.S. President Joe Biden has hit the ground running. His mantra “America is back” is a much-needed boost for democracies.
This is the European Union’s chance. But it’s going to take some explaining to its citizens. If the prosperous, democratic, and stable EU wants to bring the coronavirus pandemic under control, it’s going to require a major, global effort to