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The Terrorist Threat in Africa
The Bush administration has focused on destroying al Qaeda in East Africa, but it has been slow to address less-visible terrorist threats elsewhere on the continent, such as Islamist extremism in Nige... Read More...


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BBC In Depth: AIDS in Africa
Aids kills some 6,000 people each day in Africa - more than wars, famines and floods. Millions of children are orphans, many more live with HIV or Aids. This special report, with correspondents’... Read More...


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The State of the Union
George W. Bush's 2003 address to Congress on State of the Union. (01/28/2003) Read More...


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African Policy
In Africa, promise and opportunity sit side by side with disease, war, and desperate poverty. This threatens both a core value of the United States— preserving human dignity—and our strategic priority... Read More...


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In Africa, US looks beyond Liberia
Continent's many failed states attract attention as security risks loom. (Christian Science Monitor, 8/13/2003) Read More...


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A New Vision for Africa
Presents recommended priniples and priorities for President Bush’s policy on Africa. By Nile Gardiner. (Heritage Foundation, 7/3/2003) Read More...


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Africa's Discontent: Coping with Human and Natural Disasters
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Africa's New Bloc
Africa is finally shedding its postcolonial heritage of despotism and chaos. A new generation of nationalist leaders with strong and disciplined armies is emerging to take control of the continent. By... Read More...


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Bush's Lost Chances to Help Africa
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Ending Africa's Wars
The best approach to deal with wars in Africa would be to prevent wars before they begin -- and the way to do that is for the West to work closely with democratic partners in the region. By John J. St... Read More...


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Science, Technology and Economic Growth: Africa's Biopolicy Agenda in the 21st Century
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The Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa
Report on USAID/Brookings/Council on Foreign Relations Conference regarding HIV/AIDS in southern Africa. (Brookings Institute, 9/1/2001) Read More...


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War and Mercy in Africa
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The perverse logic that divides impoverished Africa
Examines obstacles to African unity. By Alex de Waal. (Guardian, 6/16/2003) Read More...


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AllAfrica.com
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Africa Intelligence
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Africast
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African Development Bank
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