Reuben E. Brigety II, a U.S. diplomat and George Washington University’s Dean of Elliott School of International Affairs, predicts a way for U.S.-Africa engagement.
AAI alumnae Dr. Thelma Awori was honored at the Women’s eNews “21 Leaders for the 21st Century 2016” Gala on May 2 in New York City
Ambassador Donald Boyd Easum, former President of The Africa-America Institute and retired U.S. diplomat passed away in mid-April in Summit, NJ.
Pan-African Visions highlighted the session with the five major U.S. presidential candidates at AAI’s “Conversations on Africa”. Listen to audio from the session.
With the U.S. presidential election approaching, congressional leaders, U.S. Government officials, Africa policy experts and Members of the African Diplomatic Corps gathered for AAI’s ‘Conversations on Africa’ on April 21 on Capitol Hill, to put forth strategies for future engagement with Africa.
Representatives from the leading U.S. presidential campaigns from both parties will debate their candidate’s position on U.S.-Africa policy at AAI’s Conversations on Africa.
The Honorable Reuben E. Brigety II, George Washington University’s Dean of Elliott School of International Affairs, will deliver a Fireside Chat at AAI’s Conversations on Africa on April 21.
As the U.S. presidential election gears up for the November election, AAI will host its next Conversations on Africa (COA) […]
A 16-member student delegation from AAI-institutional partner U.S. International University (USIU) visited the AAI office in New York City.