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Book Book Leiden University catalogue Leiden University catalogue
Title:Assessing George W. Bush's Africa policy and suggestions for Barack Obama and African leaders
Editor:Agyeman-Duah, IvorISNI
City of publisher:Bloomington, IN
Publisher:iUniverse Inc
ISBN:1440154546; 9781440154546
Geographic terms:Africa
United States
Southern Africa
Subjects:international relations
foreign policy
Abstract:This second volume in a series examing relations between Africa and the United States examines the presidencies of George W. Bush (in office from 20 January 2001 to 20 January 2009), who enjoyed considerable popularity in Africa (according to the Pew Foundations Global Attitudes Project, Bush's approval rates in Africa average around 80 percent). The essays contained in it are: A historical review of United States-African relations during the presidency of George W. Bush (Peter A. Dumbuya); United States Africa Command (Jack Mangala); The 'War on Terrorism' (Abdul Karim Bangura); Africa Education Initiative (Ishmael I. Munene); Environmental policy (Iheanyi N. Osondu); African Growth and Opportunity Act (Kelly Harris); Emergency plan for AIDS relief (J-P Afam Ifedi); Southern Africa and the prospects of genetically modified organisms ending hunger (Walter W. Hill); Fighting terrorism in the Horn of Africa and the Sahel (Guy Martin); United States foreign policy toward Kenya (Mueni was Muiu); Liberia stabilization policy (George Klay Kieh, Jr.); Development assistance and the Millenium Challenge Account in Ghana (Ivor Agyeman-Duah); and The religious and humanitarian crisis in the Sudan (Ngozi C. Kamalu). [ASC Leiden abstract]