American foreign policy on Africa

  • Analysis

    Does Africa matter to the U.S.?

    By Charles A. Ray* (FPRI) — Most Americans generally have one of two images of Africa: a primitive home of famine, disease, and civil war, or an idyllic motherland. Neither image is entirely correct. While Africa does have more than its fair share of problems and is the homeland of many Americans, it is a diverse continent of more than…

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