Kenya’s Daily Nation featured an article on AAI’s “Conversations on Africa” session with representatives of the Democratic and Republican candidates for president of the United States, where they debated terrorism, trade and investment and the impact of US sanctions.
A history of bipartisan consensus in Washington on Africa issues formed the backdrop of the discussion about a continent that has received virtually no attention during the campaign for the White House.
The event, sponsored by the non-governmental Africa-America Institute, featured broad agreement on some points.
But differences also emerged among the surrogates for Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders and for Republicans Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
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