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Global Coverage Zeroes In On Weak U.S.-Africa Engagement

Washington, D.C.-based freelance journalist Kate Fisher reporting for Singapore's Channel News Asia.

Global coverage of the U.S.-Africa Leaders’ Summit pointed out how little energy has been invested in the relationship in contrast to China’s ongoing diplomatic outreach. Kate Fisher, a correspondent for Singapore’s Channel New Asia, summed it up:

“President Biden is yet to visit Sub-Saharan Africa and has met with fewer African heads of state than either President Obama or President Trump at this same point in their tenures.”

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