A change in leadership often signals a natural time for transformation and, of course, challenges.
As Chinese economic and political ties across Africa grow, increasingly stagnant U.S. policy towards the continent threatens to undermine both American and African interests.
China may use its military facility in Djibouti for more than just logistics, and the facility could be the first of many overseas outposts for China’s military.
Peacekeepers are an essential step to protecting Central African Republic civilians, but troops alone can’t address the roots of the crisis.
The State Department’s attitude towards Eritrea has been singularly and unfailingly negative.
The Middle East should not be the sole focus of America's foreign policy.
Africa's aging leaders are desperately clinging to power, and that stands in sharp contrast to the young profile of the continent.
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