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Great Power Debate: Is great power competition the most constructive framework for formulating and implementing U.S. policies in sub-Saharan Africa?

Great Power Debate: Is great power competition the most constructive framework for formulating and implementing U.S. policies in sub-Saharan Africa?

FromInto Africa


Great Power Debate: Is great power competition the most constructive framework for formulating and implementing U.S. policies in sub-Saharan Africa?

FromInto Africa

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Length:
45 minutes
Released:
Jul 23, 2020
Format:
Podcast Episode

Description

Since the start of the Trump Administration, the United States has identified strategic competition with China and Russia as a core objective in sub-Saharan Africa. Is great power competition the most constructive framework for formulating and implementing U.S. policies in sub-Saharan Africa? In this virtual CSIS debate event, Judd Devermont is joined by Dr. Oby Ezekwesili (Africa Economic Development Policy Initiative), Ken Ofori-Atta (Minister for Finance, Ghana), Gayle Smith (ONE Campaign), and Juan Zarate (Financial Integrity Network) to debate the opportunities and risks embedded in the great power competition concept and to explore how it evolves during a global pandemic.

Online Event: CSIS Debate Series: Great Power Competition

Debate Results
Released:
Jul 23, 2020
Format:
Podcast Episode