Material from this chapter appears as Alex Vines and Tom Cargill, ‘Obama's Sub-Saharan Africa Policy: Implications for Europe’, in Àlvaro Vasconcelos and Marcin Zaborowski (eds), The Obama Moment: European and American Perspectives (Paris: European Institute for Security Studies, 2009), pp. 213–23. Elizabeth Donnelly and Markus Weimer of Chatham House assisted with research for the sections on Nigeria and Angola in this chapter.
Chapter 3. Sub-Saharan Africa: Providing Strategic Vision or Fire-Fighting?
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Vines, A. and Cargill, T. (2010) Sub-Saharan Africa: Providing Strategic Vision or Fire-Fighting?, in America and a Changed World (ed R. Niblett), Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK. doi: 10.1002/9781444391565.ch3
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- Published Online: 19 AUG 2010
- Published Print: 23 APR 2010
Print ISBN: 9781405198448
Online ISBN: 9781444391565
- Subsaharan Africa: Providing Strategic Vision or Firefighting?;
- Africa Command (AFRICOM)Relief (PEPFAR);
- Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA);
- Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC);
- Africa Contingency Operations and Training and Assistance (ACOTA);
- More than Humanitarianism?;
- The George W. Bush Legacy on Africa;
- Africa Policy Under Obama;
- Putting Policy into Practice: Strategy and Fire-Fighting;
- The United States and Nigeria
This chapter contains sections titled:
More than Humanitarianism?
The George W. Bush Legacy on Africa
Africa Policy Under Obama
Putting Policy into Practice: Strategy and Fire-Fighting
The United States and Nigeria
The United States and South Africa
The United States and Angola
Conclusion: Break with the Past?