Commentary on Sub-Saharan Africa Sub-Saharan Africa: Obama’s Focus on Agriculture “Sustainable development, key to Africa’s food supply” I have visited over twenty-three sub-Saharan African countries since 1970, and just returned from another trip Kenya. Regardless of reports otherwise, food shortages and child malnutrition are still important issues in most of the villages. Sub-Saharan Africa has [...]Read More
It was in the early 1960′s when the independence movement in sub-Saharan Africa was unfolding, and Pan-Africanists promised food on everyone’s table. These young African idealists were seeking to build governing institutions; creating jobs, trade and global market access. With poor economic decisions some of these countries were beginning to fail, and financial aid, loans [...]Read More
Ambassador John Price was a featured guest on Republicans Abroad Radio today, June 6, 2012. Listen to the replay here: http://www.republicansabroadradio.com/.Read More
The killing of Osama bin Laden in 2011 has become a highly charged political issue in the 2012 presidential election. President Obama has taken the credit away from the “doers of the deed”, our military, who put their lives on the line. The Executive Order (ExOrd) to kill Osama bin Laden didn’t take “guts”, just [...]Read More
Ambassador John Price will be a featured guest on Republicans Abroad Radio on May 2, 2012. The show will air at 10 a.m. ET.
Listen to the live online broadcast here: Studio B.
(Note: this will download a file “wsradio-studiob-32.asx” to your computer. Simply double click the file, and your media player should open the stream and begin playing)
If you’re interested in asking a question during the broadcast, call the studio at 866-977-2346 (Ext.2)
A recording of the broadcast will be available approximately 24 hours after the live show.Read More
Note these excerpts from a recent story on allAfrica.com: Africa: Understanding U.S.-Africa Relations During Obama’s Presidency BY MWANGI S. KIMENYI, 27 FEBRUARY 2012 “The limited U.S. interest in Africa…remain(s) very low. In 2009, of the $282bn foreign direct investment outflows from the US, less than 2 percent went to Africa – the majority of which [...]Read More