The History of China In Africa * 4. China in Africa Operational Approach * 5. The United States in Africa * 6. Demonstration of China's Employment of Unrestricted Warfare * 7. Effective Use and Consequences of Unrestricted Warfare * 8.
Author: U. S. Military
Introduction -- India and Africa : history -- India's quest for natural resources -- Opportunities for Indian businesses -- Diplomatic in-roads -- An emerging power's military engagements -- The impact on Africa -- Implications for the ...
Author: John-Peter Pham
Publisher: Strategic Studies Institute
Based on their testimony presented to the Africa Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on International Relations, this study by Dr. Steven Metz and Colonel Dan Henk of the U.S. Army War College examines the ACRI.
Author: Dan Henk
The book analyzes Brazil's Africa engagement as a rising power's strategy to gain global recognition, linking it to Brazil's broader foreign policy objectives and shedding light on the mechanisms of Brazilian status-seeking in Africa.
Author: C. Stolte
Category: Political Science
Turmoil in the Soviet Union, continuing decline in black Africa, and the persistent United States Government budget deficit have underlined the need for a re-examination of U.S. national interests in sub-Saharan Africa, and the threats to ...
Author: Jeff Panitt
"This Council-sponsored Independent Task Force finds that Africa is of growing strategic importance to the United States in addition to being an important humanitarian concern.
Author: Anthony Lake
Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations
Category: Business & Economics