Feb 11, 2020
The United States regards Africa as a key arena to confront China's rising influence in the developing world. With its new $60 billion International Development Finance Corporation and its Prosper Africa policy framework unveiled last year, the Trump administration is working hard to present African governments with an alternative development model. The problem is, U.S. officials, at least so far, don't have a lot to show for their efforts.
This week, Eric & Cobus explore the complex U.S.-China-Africa relationship with two of Washington's leading experts on the issue. W. Gyude Moore is a Visiting Fellow at the Center for Global Development and the former Public Works Minister of Liberia and Aubrey Hruby is a Senior Fellow at the Africa Center at the Atlantic Council.
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