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Title of the item:

HOW TO RESTORE U.S. CREDIBILITY IN AFRICA.

Title :
HOW TO RESTORE U.S. CREDIBILITY IN AFRICA.
Authors :
SIGNÉ, LANDRY
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Subjects :
DEMOCRACY
FREE trade
XI, Jinping, 1953-
COVID-19 vaccines
TRUMP, Donald, 1946-
UNDOCUMENTED immigrants
RADICALISM
Source :
Foreign Policy. Winter2021, Issue 239, p56-60. 5p. 2 Color Photographs.
Periodical
The article offers ways to restore U.S. credibility in Africa and standing up for democracy and free trade and the U.S. can outflank China and Russia, its authoritarian rivals on the continent. Topics discussed include Chinese President Xi Jinping has committed to giving African countries priority access to a successful COVID-19 vaccine developed in China; U.S. President Donald Trump administration adopted a U.S.-Africa strategy that created high expectations in the African policy community and need of stronger U.S. presence on the continent will promote peace in Africa while helping to prevent violent extremism, state fragility, and illegal immigration.
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