By Ian Taylor
Finding Africa at the worldwide level, this e-book examines and compares exterior involvement within the continent, exploring the international regulations of significant states and foreign businesses in the direction of Africa. The participants paintings inside of a political economic system framework that allows you to examine how those powers have tried to stimulate democracy, peace and prosperity within the context of neo-liberal hegemony and ask whom those makes an attempt have benefited and failed.
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A rejuvenated strategic interest would mean that American national security bureaucracies could be re-engaged. As Assistant Secretary of State for Africa Susan Rice (Clinton administration) stated: US involvement in sub-Saharan Africa 33 There was a time not long ago when Africa was the exclusive domain of one understaffed bureau at Foggy Bottom … But now virtually every government agency is building the capacity to implement new programmes that support our policy of comprehensive engagement with Africa.
In fact, Callaghy credits the Catholic Church and its debt-focused NGOs for convincing IMF chief Michel Camdessus to champion the cause (2001: 133). Oxfam and Eurodad also played central roles. Therefore, unlike the ACRI and AGOA, the HIPC initiative was not tightly held within the US administrative or political ambit, and because it is an international effort it has had a strong transnational following that goes beyond simply the state to include other actors of import. Conclusion The end of the Cold War has brought new challenges for US foreign policy towards sub-Saharan Africa.