Policing Africa: The Politics of Petroleum and the Africa Command

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Fourteen years ago, China hosted the first of many Chinese African summits. In August 2014, President Barack Obama, accompanied by the Pentagon's Joint Chief of Staff, welcomed fifty African leaders to Washington for the first US-African Summit. Despite many mixed and mutual interests, the cautious and deliberate US approach to engaging Africa emanates from an opaque history of the exploitation and the callous neglect of African issues of human rights, corruption, and justice in the continent. In more recent history, the ...

Policing Africa: The Politics of Petroleum and the Africa Command 2015, Tate Publishing & Enterprises

ISBN-13: 9781634499767

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