This book is a product of conversations, discussions and debates that
took shape from early 2020 as the election season leading to presidential,
gubernatorial, and senatorial elections rose in prominence in the US. The
connecting thread throughout the book is how Africa should approach the
US during the tenure of the Joe Biden administration, and whether or not
there has been change or continuity in the US’s Africa policy – from Clinton
to Biden. It offers academic and expert views on US-Africa issues that should
be considered by policymakers, intellectuals, government officials and civil
society actors.
Ms Juliet Joseph, PhD Candidate and Researcher: UJ Department of Politics
and International Relations and SARChI Chair; African Foreign Policy and
Prof Kammila Naidoo, Executive Dean: UJ Faculty of Humanities
Dr Bob Wekesa: Deputy Director, African Centre for the Study of the
United States (ACSUS, WITS); Mr Siviwe Rikhotso: Researcher, Geopolitics
and Foreign Policy Cluster, African Centre for the Study of the United States
(ACSUS, WITS); Ms Amukelani Matsilele: Communications and Public
Diplomacy Research Associate, African Centre for the Study of the United
States (ACSUS, WITS); Mr Sven Botha: Assistant Lecturer, Department of
Politics and International Relations, UJ; Mr Gideon Chitanga: PhD student,
Department of Political Science (UP), researching regional mediation,
Pan-African diplomacy and democratic transition.
Prof Gilbert Khadiagala: Jan Smuts Professor of International Relations
and Director, African Centre for the Study of the United States (ACSUS, WITS
DATE: 02 March 2022
TIME: 15:00-16:30

March 2, 2022

Disclaimer: The University of Johannesburg encourages academic debate and discussion that are conducted in a manner that upholds respectful interaction, safety of all involved, and freedom of association as enshrined in the law, the Constitution, and within the boundaries of the University policies. The views expressed during events are expressed in a personal capacity and do not necessarily reflect the views of the University of Johannesburg.

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