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A Post-U.S. Election Analysis and Its Impact on U.S.-Africa Policy— Roundtable Discussion with Eric Holder, Witney Schneidman, Jay Ireland, and Mosa Mkhize

November 11, 2020

How will the election of Joe Biden as the next U.S. President affect policy towards Africa? On November 11, 2020, our panel of experts discussed whether the change in administration will result in fundamental and substantive changes in U.S. foreign policy towards Africa. The panelists tackled a broad range of issues ranging from the presidential election, public policy implications impacting a wide range of industries and issues including the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), foreign policy and trade with Africa.

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