// Adam Ereli
The current toothless strategy won't prevent Beijing from, say, squeezing supply lines to America's biggest African base.
By Jonathan Gass, Atlantic Council: "Africa has generally ranked near the bottom of U.S. foreign policy priorities. Historically, two-term presidents have waited until their second term to establish their legacies on the continent, and many one-term presidents have neglected it altogether. U.S. President Donald J. Trump has surprised many by bucking this trend."
Roger Bate | AEIdeas