U.S. Aid to Africa
Andrew Natsios and Walter Kansteiner talked about the increased aid to Africa under the Bush administration. Topics included what the Obama administration would have to do to continue the progress made, and what new approaches would be useful.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Kansteiner, Walter Assistant Secretary (Former) Department of State->Africa
- Natsios, Andrew S. Special Envoy United States->Sudan
- Woods, Thomas M. Senior Associate Fellow Heritage Foundation->Thatcher (Margaret) Center for Freedom
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