An interesting read that calls on the United States and the African Nations to work together to address the problem of AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa.
While the book is ostensibly US-Africa in the way it focuses on solutions, the authors make frequent reference to a need for the US to build a consortium of major emerging nations, in particular given growing challenges to US government budgets. The subtext is clear: while the US has a major role to play in addressing global diseases, it can no longer do so unilaterally.
Food security, the question of where and to whom food is available in the world, is becoming one of the touchstone issues in the entire debate about sustainability and population. This USDA report looks at the issue over the next 10 years, and sees regional improvements – and disturbing regional declines.
Anyone interested in Africa – or China’s policy there – would do well to peruse this pdf book, particularly as China starts looking to Africa to potentially provide foodstuffs for Asia.
A pdf book on a growing challenge facing local governments in Africa, as well as the foreign policies of the U.S. and China.
How conflicts connect and peace agreements unravel. A pdf book.
A Council on Foreign Relations report on the development challenges facing Africa’s largest nation. And this pdf book makes clear that not everything is the fault of the Belgians.
A realistic set of proposals to help deal with Sudan’s situation. A pdf book.