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Analysts Weigh What Role China Should Play in the Biden Administration’s Africa Policy

U.S. President-elect Joseph Biden. Andrew Harnik / POOL / AFP

With 43 days to go before Joe Biden assumes power in Washington, D.C., analysts in the U.S. are weighing in with suggested foreign policy priorities for the incoming administration.

Some are proposing bold moves like the U.S. coordinating with China on urgent issues like debt relief while other analysts warn that, at least for Africa policy, it’s best to keep expectations rather modest.

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