The United States in Africa: Bush Policy and Beyond
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The United States in Africa: Bush Policy and Beyond

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This book examines the George W. Bush administration's claim to have made major new contributions to health, development, democracy and peace in Sub-Saharan Africa. Though aid has increased and a major AIDS initiative launched, Copson argues that foreign aid is losing its focus on development as political priorities come to the fore; U.S. barriers to African exports remain...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published July 15th 2007 by Zed Books
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read this to get grounded. Ray Copson seems to know everything. There is also a thread of thoughtful comments throughout.
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Raymond W. Copson is an independent scholar specializing in African affairs and U.S. relations with Africa. He teaches at the George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs and is editor of the Online Africa Policy Forum at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Until 2005, he worked at the Congressional Research Service of the US Library of Congress. He has pr...more
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