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Many of Washington’s Top Africa Experts Participate in All-Day Hearing on the State of U.S.-China-Africa Relations

From top left to right: Scott Morris, Center for Global Development, Emily de La Bruyère, Principal, Horizon Advisory, Amb. David Shinn, Adjunct Professor, George Washington University, Steven Feldstein, Nonresident Fellow, Carnegie Endowment of International Peace, Paul Nantulya, National Defense University, Judd Devermont, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Yun Sun, Stimson Center and Aubrey Hruby, Atlantic Council.

Nine of the top Africa experts in Washington testified in an all-day hearing on Friday organized by the congressionally-mandated U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC). 

The hearing, entitled “China’s Strategic Aims in Africa,” coincided with this month’s release of USCC’s report on Chinese engagement in Africa that explored in detail the implications for U.S. foreign policy related to Beijing’s growing influence on the continent.

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