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U.S. Beltway Analysts and Journalists Mostly Praise Blinken’s New Approach to China in Africa

Journalists, think tank analysts, and scholars largely expressed approval for U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s new, less confrontational approach to China’s engagement in Africa.

It’s important to note, however, that often the views of these analysts tend to be far more nuanced than those of the politicians and special interest groups who run the agenda in Washington, D.C., so these sentiments may not be widely-shared outside of the capital’s media-think tank nexus:

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