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  • Backgrounder posted December 31, 1990 by Preparing for a Post-Apartheid Africa

  • Backgrounder posted October 18, 2011 by James M. Roberts, Ray Walser, Ph.D. South Africa Needs a Roadmap to Economic Freedom

    Abstract: South Africa is one of the world’s largest exporters of precious metals used in a multitude of industrial and commercial applications. Continued access to this vast mineral wealth is vital for the economic security of the West. The future political and economic stability of South Africa hinges on its ability to tackle lack of economic opportunity, high…

  • Issue Brief posted June 24, 2013 by Charlotte Florance Obama’s Trip to Africa: Make It More Than a Photo-Op

    President Obama will make his first extended trip to the Africa from June 26 to July 3, visiting Senegal, Tanzania, and South Africa. This trip provides a strategic opportunity for the United States to reaffirm its commitment to the oft-cited U.S.–Africa partnership that Obama lauded during his first visit to Ghana in 2009.[1] It is unlikely to do so, because the…

  • Issue Brief posted July 31, 2012 by Morgan Lorraine Roach, Brett D. Schaefer How the New African Union Leadership Should Improve the Organization

    For the African Union (AU) Commission, the election earlier this month of South Africa’s Home Affairs minister, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, as chair offers a chance to address issues that have hindered the organization’s image and its impact on the continent. The new leader should provide leadership in pressing the organization to respond more effectively to the…

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  • Issue Brief posted June 24, 2013 by Charlotte Florance Obama’s Trip to Africa: Make It More Than a Photo-Op

    President Obama will make his first extended trip to the Africa from June 26 to July 3, visiting Senegal, Tanzania, and South Africa. This trip provides a strategic opportunity for the United States to reaffirm its commitment to the oft-cited U.S.–Africa partnership that Obama lauded during his first visit to Ghana in 2009.[1] It is unlikely to do so, because the…

  • Issue Brief posted July 31, 2012 by Morgan Lorraine Roach, Brett D. Schaefer How the New African Union Leadership Should Improve the Organization

    For the African Union (AU) Commission, the election earlier this month of South Africa’s Home Affairs minister, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, as chair offers a chance to address issues that have hindered the organization’s image and its impact on the continent. The new leader should provide leadership in pressing the organization to respond more effectively to the…

  • Backgrounder posted October 18, 2011 by James M. Roberts, Ray Walser, Ph.D. South Africa Needs a Roadmap to Economic Freedom

    Abstract: South Africa is one of the world’s largest exporters of precious metals used in a multitude of industrial and commercial applications. Continued access to this vast mineral wealth is vital for the economic security of the West. The future political and economic stability of South Africa hinges on its ability to tackle lack of economic opportunity, high…

  • Backgrounder posted December 31, 1990 by Preparing for a Post-Apartheid Africa

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