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Global Agenda 2001. Africa Issues. Middle East. Africa. Regional concerns. North Africa West Africa East Africa Southern Africa Central Africa “Sub-Saharan” Africa. Aids in Africa. A continental issue A global issue A medical industry issue (drug prices) Humanitarian issue

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Global Agenda 2001

Africa Issues

© Ralph J. Begleiter 2001

University of Delaware


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Middle East

Africa


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Regional concerns

  • North Africa

  • West Africa

  • East Africa

  • Southern Africa

  • Central Africa

  • “Sub-Saharan” Africa


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Aids in Africa

  • A continentalissue

  • A global issue

  • A medical industry issue (drug prices)

  • Humanitarian issue

  • National security issue (defense forces)


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Conflicts in Africa

  • From Algeria to Angola

  • From Sierra Leone to Somalia

  • Conflicts drain world resources and cause public attention “burnout”




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East Africa

  • Ethiopia

  • Somalia

  • Kenya

  • Sudan

  • Eritrea


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West Africa

  • Senegal

  • Ivory Coast

  • Liberia

  • Sierra Leone

  • Nigeria


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Senegal

  • Our next guest is U.S. Ambassador to Senegal


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Southern Africa

  • Mozambique

  • Botswana

  • Namibia

  • Angola

  • Zambia

  • (South Africa)


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North Africa

  • Algeria

  • Libya

  • Morocco

  • Western Sahara

  • Tunisia

  • (Egypt)


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South Africa

  • Economic engineof southern Africa

  • Epicenter of theAIDS crisis

  • Bright hope for democracy

  • Still desperately poor


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Speaking of “burnout”

  • Can the public be expected to sustain interest in a region so filled with problems and so absent the political and economic resources to confront them?

  • If not, why is there hope?


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