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Gyude Moore on Why Africa Must Steer Clear of Any U.S.-China Conflict

W. Gyude Moore, a senior policy fellow at the Center for Global Development in Washington, D.C. and the former minister of public works in Liberia, wrote another provocative article on U.S.-China-Africa relations that ricocheted across the internet over the weekend.

As U.S.-China relations rapidly deteriorate, seemingly by the day, Moore is emerging as a forceful voice calling on African governments “to chart a new course” and avoid becoming entangled in this latest great power rivalry.

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