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"Africa-U.S. Partnership In The 21st Century,", Amadu Jacky Kaba Jan 2004

"Africa-U.S. Partnership In The 21st Century,", Amadu Jacky Kaba

Amadu Jacky Kaba

This article explores the new partnership between the United States and Africa in the beginning of the 21st century. It examines the types of political, economic and social endeavors that the two entities have undertaken and promise to undertake in the years and decades to come. It also shows that this new policy of the United States towards Africa goes beyond political parties (Democrats and Republicans), which is why many people across the world have been surprised to see a Republican president and government showing support for these new ties with Africa. I will briefly highlight some of the developments ...


"Africa’S Migration Brain Drain: The Costs And Benefits To The Continent,", Amadu Jacky Kaba Jan 2004

"Africa’S Migration Brain Drain: The Costs And Benefits To The Continent,", Amadu Jacky Kaba

Amadu Jacky Kaba

The beginning of the twenty-first century is witnessing two major problems confronting the continent of Africa. They are the massive migration to the West by the educated and economic elites of the continent and the massive deaths of Africans in countries or parts of the continent where not only high proportions of people can at least read and write, but they also have stronger economies. The first problem is that, since the 1990s, hundreds of thousands or more of educated Africans have emigrated to Western Europe, North America and other parts of the developed world seeking better paying jobs, leaving ...