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

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CSIS, 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

PREVIEW OF MAJOR FINDINGS
1
US POLICY TOWARD HIVAIDS IN AFRICA
13
US DIPLOMATIC STRATEGIES TO RESOLVE CONFLICTS IN AFRICA
33
US INVESTMENT IN SECURITY OPERATIONS IN AFRICA
55
CRITICAL US BILATERAL RELATIONS IN AFRICA
73
PURSUING US ECONOMIC INTERESTS IN AFRICA
96
STRENGTHENING US GOVERNMENT HUMANITARIAN ACTION IN AFRICA
120
INDEX
140
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
149
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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.