Sami Hamdi, Editor-in-Chief of the International Interest, helps us make sense of Turkey’s tilt towards Africa against the backdrop of the geopolitical chess game in the Eastern Mediterranean and Ankara's pursuit of strategic autonomy.
W. Gyude Moore, Senior Policy Fellow at the Center for Global Development joins us to talk about China-Africa relations in a politically charged strategic context. What can we make of the ‘Shared values’ narrative at the core of partnership?
See Gyude’s opinion piece: A new Cold War is coming. Africa should not pick sides
On the inaugural episode of Strategic Dialogues, we're in conversation with Mr Judd Devermont, Director of the Africa Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
Our discussion is centred on US-Africa policy, stemming from a recently published CSIS brief titled A New U.S. Policy Framework for the African Century