US's Selective Interest In Africa is a Reflection of Declining American Influence Abroad - Up Front - Featured Analysis

US's Selective Interest In Africa is a Reflection of Declining American Influence Abroad - Up Front - Featured Analysis

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In On Africa (IOA)
Date published: 
2018
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Journal Title: 
Africa Conflict Monitor
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Africa Conflict Monitor, Volume 2018, Issue 01, Jan 2018, p. 3 - 8
Abstract: 

Americans have elected an executive to really build a wall against a neighbouring country and figuratively to build a wall against the outside world. The metaphorical bricks are rising between the US President and Africa, although many key initiatives aiding Africa seem likely to survive the Trump administration.

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CITATION: . US's Selective Interest In Africa is a Reflection of Declining American Influence Abroad - Up Front - Featured Analysis . : In On Africa (IOA) , 2018. Africa Conflict Monitor, Volume 2018, Issue 01, Jan 2018, p. 3 - 8 - Available at: http://library.au.int/uss-selective-interest-africa-reflection-declining-american-influence-abroad-front-featured-analysis