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John J Stremlau

John J Stremlau

Professor John Stremlau is the former vice president for peace programs at The Carter Center (2006-2015). During this time, he oversaw the Center's programs to advance human rights, democracy, and conflict resolution globally; regional cooperation in the Americas; and promotion of grassroots democracy, rule of law, and social justice in China.
    Three reasons the continent should treat Tillerson visit with scepticism
    Three reasons the continent should treat Tillerson visit with scepticism
    US President Donald Trump promised in late January that his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson would make an “extended” visit to the continent in...
    Africa must work with partners to mitigate the impact of Trump's agenda
    Africa must work with partners to mitigate the impact of Trump's agenda
    US President Donald Trump did not refer to Africa once in his first State of the Union Address....
    The US election: What’s at stake for Africa’s quest to deepen democracy?
    The US election: What’s at stake for Africa’s quest to deepen democracy?
    When my students ask about the implications for Africa under the direction of Donald J Trump or Hillary Rodham Clinton, I have two reactions....
    China-Africa summit: what to look for beyond the hype and hypocrisy
    China-Africa summit: what to look for beyond the hype and hypocrisy
    Beijing’s selection of South Africa to host the China-Africa heads of state summit may...