While the hiv/aids crisis is the most urgent threat facing Africa and the world, the Bush administration's current orientation is to delay action. In contrast, Washington's interest in African oil and the specter of terrorist cells quietly shapes the immediate course of us Africa policy.
“Compassionate Conservatism” Comes to Africa
Ann-Louise Colgan is assistant director for policy analysis and communications, at Africa Action (www.africaaction.org) in Washington, D.C. An earlier version of this article appeared as a January 2004 Foreign Policy in Focus Policy Report.
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Salih Booker, Ann-Louise Colgan; “Compassionate Conservatism” Comes to Africa. Current History 1 May 2004; 103 (673): 232–236. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2004.103.673.232
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