US Foreign Policy in Sub Saharan Africa Project
Published: Aug 4, 2020
Contributor: David Monda
License: CC 0 license – Allows all uses including commercial use without a requirement of attribution.
This resource was developed for APSA’s Summer 2020 Virtual Teaching Workshop: Innovative Approaches to Online Teaching and is part of a collection of online teaching resources available through APSA Educate.
This project will identify American foreign policy in Sub Saharan Africa over time. We will be applying a case study model to identify how American foreign policy in Sub Saharan Africa changed between different administrations, over different time periods and over different geographic regions. More specifically, we will evaluate how presidential style and idiosyncratic factors affect American foreign policy.
Keywords: Carter, Reagan, Obama, George W. Bush, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire), Nigeria, South Africa, Angola, Somalia, Liberia, Ghana