What Africa Should Expect From Obama From piracy to genocide to oil fields, the new administration will have major decisions to make about U.S. policy toward Africa. Princeton Lyman, of the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses what would make for good Africa policy.
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What Africa Should Expect From Obama

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What Africa Should Expect From Obama

What Africa Should Expect From Obama

What Africa Should Expect From Obama

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From piracy to genocide to oil fields, the Obama Administration will have major decisions to make about U.S. policy toward Africa. Alex Cohen talks with Princeton Lyman, adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, about what would make for good Africa policy.