Africa Policy in the Clinton Years: Critical Choices for the Bush Administration

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J. Stephen Morrison, Jennifer G. Cooke
CSIS Press, 2001 - Political Science - 153 pages
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This volume examines evolving challenges in Africa, assesses U.S.- Africa policy in the Clinton years, and offers pragmatic recommendations to the new administration on critical Africa-related policy decisions. Recommendations focus on: the pursuit of U.S. economic interests, crisis diplomacy, investment in security operations, humanitarian assistance, bilateral policy toward Nigeria and South Africa, and responding to HIV/AIDS.

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Contents

U S DIPLOMATIC STRATEGIES TO RESOLVE
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U S INVESTMENT IN SECURITY OPERATIONS
55
PURSUING U S ECONOMIC INTERESTS IN AFRICA
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J. Stephen Morrison is a senior fellow and director of the Africa Program at CSIS. Jennifer G. Cooke is deputy director of the African Program at CSIS.

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