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Judd Devermont: COVID-19 Provides African Governments With the Opportunity to Reset Geopolitical Ties

“African governments are fed up with the state of the world,” declared Judd Devermont, director of the Africa program at the Washington, D.C.-based think tank CSIS, in his latest note on how COVID-19 is transforming the geopolitical calculus across the continent.

Devermont lays out in detail how angry officials are across the continent that they’re confronting a predicament largely not of their own making. Plus the instances of anti-Black racism in the U.S., China, and Europe have only made the situation even more volatile.

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