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Beyond AGOA: An Updated Case for a Trans - Atlantic Trade & Investment Partnership Between Africa & The United States
In this paper from the Wilson Center, the authors argue that, premised on conditions here in the U.S., in Africa and elsewhere, the ‘perfect storm’ could be brewing for an effective renewal or enhancement of AGOA before the program expires in 2015.
This report from CSIS argues that U.S. Navy proactive humanitarian engagement—missions that go beyond U.S. Navy response to natural disasters to include more sustained and strategic engagement through planned aid projects—is valuable and should be continued.
Julie Walz and Vijaya Ramachandran of the Center for Global Development identify ways to multiply the effect of US assistance to Haiti.
This report from the International Crisis Group discusses the ongoing of dilemma of the sanctions against Iran.
In this report from CSIS, Robert D. Lamb and Sadika Hameed outline policy responses from the U.S. to transition states.
In this report from the Center for Global Development, Vijaya Ramachandran and Julie Walz highlight the need for more transparency and accountability regarding the aid inflows from the U.S.
The New Deal for Africa: Illustrative Proposals for a Comprehensive U.S.-Africa Trade & Investment Initiative
In this new report from the Africa Program at the Wilson Center, Steve McDonald explains a strategy for further U.S. economic engaged with the African continent.
In this policy report from the Brookings Institute, Richard C. Bush III analyzes the current U.S.-Taiwan relations and what future relations mean for security with China and the rest of the Asia Pacific region.
In this report from the CRS, Kenneth Katzman analyzes post-Taliban Afghanistan and the U.S. policy in the country.
In this report from the Congressional Research Service, Kenneth Katzman examines the increasingly critical role that Kuwait will play in the U.S. ability to pursue its objectives in the Persian Gulf region.