Africa: A Conversation with Dr. K.Y. Amoako on the Future of African Development

[Council on Foreign Relations] Too often, foreign policy conversations that aim to be global in scope lack sufficient attention to African opinions and equities. By 2050, one in four people in the world will be African. From questions of war and peace, the future of capitalism, the viability of democratic governance, and the fate of the climate to the institutional architecture that facilitates international cooperation, the future should be informed by Africans. In an effort to bring a broad range of perspectives to the CFR community,Read the Original Article