The Summit of Abidjan can serve as a turning point in the relations between Africa and Europe.
The past sixteen years have illustrated that combating a force as nebulous as “terrorism” is exceptionally difficult; there is little reason to believe that expanding the war will end it.
Trump, who long ago forgot his promise to pull back from costly military interventions abroad, is doubling down on Obama’s strategy.
How many Niger-like tragedies will it take before America gets the message?
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.
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