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Friday, November 02, 2007


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The Next Frontier

Africa matters. It is no longer a third-rate theater of war. The Pentagon’s decision to stand up a war-fighting command exclusively for Africa by the end of 2008 presages a new direction for the global war on terrorism, with profound implications for the military and its relations with the State Department and other executive-branch institutions. It also provides a way for the United States to deal with a rising China.

I've said before that China could be the battleground for the proxy war between China and the U.S. Question is will this make Africa a worse place? And is that even possible?

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