America’s snub of the African Union should spur regional powers into action

America’s snub of the African Union should spur regional powers into action. That said, Tillerson’s snub was a direct challenge to Africa’s international position and it sends a double-pronged message. First, it signals the return of the US/Africa policy that held sway from 1960 to 2001. In that era, Africa was on the back burner when it came to American foreign policy. It was against this backdrop that the Rwanda genocide, and the implosions of Somalia, Liberia and Zaire took place. Second, this proves that Africa is strategically insignificant to US President Donald Trump’s administration. When you add the rising nationalism in Europe to the equation, the continent finds itself in a precarious position internationally.

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