U.S. - S.A. Relations | United States Diplomatic... →
As we moved through the first decade of the twenty-first century, U.S. Foreign policy toward Africa has evolved strategically as well. Currently it is centered on five core principles: Strengthening democratic institutions and protecting the democratic gains of African countries Fostering broad-based economic growth Combating disease and improving public health Preventing, mitigating and...
Living in the shadows of Cape Town's Table... →
This is also one of the most photographed places in the world, but I wonder how many people truly see the beauty. I purposely didn’t want to write about the sights, the awe inspiring views this week because of that.
ONE | The African Charter on Democracy, Elections... →
It summarizes and reconfirms existing African engagements on good governance that the continent’s leaders have taken over the last 30 years or so. And the Charter takes them a step further by operationalizing their implementation. Instead of adding to the pile, it tries to rationalize the African good governance architecture and translate it into reality.
What If Everyone Went To School? The African Org -... →
Jamie Drummond: Let's Celebrate to Accelerate -... →
But there is no room for smug self-congratulation as the struggles against disease, inequality and illiteracy are far from over, and especially as we learn the lessons of three scandalous oversights: on food security, on trade, and on support for African civil society and their drive for improved transparency and accountability.