Recently, the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center and the Policy Center for the New South launched a pair of reports on external power competition in Africa, with one focused on traditional powers and the other on emerging powers in the region.
One of the contributors to those reports, Africa Center Senior Fellow Aubrey Hruby, explained how U.S. foreign policy is becoming more commercially-focused in part as a response to heightened Chinese competition for influence on the continent.
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