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July 14, 2003

Liberia
Lyman: Liberia Issue Dogged Bush’s Africa Trip

Princeton N. Lyman, a former U.S. ambassador to Nigeria and to South Africa, says President Bush’s July 8-12 trip to Africa was overshadowed by the issue of Liberia and whether Washington would compl…

April 1, 2004

Terrorism and Counterterrorism
The Terrorist Threat in Africa

Testimony before the House Committee on International RelationsSubcommittee on AfricaHearing on “Fighting Terrorism in Africa” By Princeton N. LymanRalph Bunche Senior Fellow and…

January 28, 2005

Global
Transition 2005: World Economic Update Special Edition - The Administration’s Economic In-Box

Speaker: Alan S. Blinder, G. S. Rentschler memorial professor of economics, Princeton University Speaker: R. Glenn Hubbard, dean and Russell L. Carson professor of economics and finance, Columbia B…

March 1, 2005

Sub-Saharan Africa
MONUC: A Case for Peacekeeping Reform

Written testimony before the Committee on International Relations’ Subcommittee on Africa, Global Human Rights, and International OperationsMr. Chairman, members of the subcommittee, thank you for ho…

July 21, 2005

China
China's Rising Role in Africa

Presentation to the US-China Commission July 21, 2005 By Princeton Lyman, Director of Africa Policy Studies, Council on Foreign Relations China has had a long involvement with Africa, going back to…

September 10, 2005

Conflict Prevention
In the Wake of War

This Council-sponsored, independent Task Force points out that nation-building is not just a humanitarian concern, but a critical national security priority that should be on par with war-fighting an…

September 27, 2005

Sub-Saharan Africa
Interview with Todd Moss on Debt Relief

At a World Bank - International Monetary Fund meeting this week in Washington, DC, an agreement was reached on a plan to provide around $40 billion in debt relief to eighteen of the world’s poorest c…

March 30, 2006

Intelligence
Intelligence, Policy, and the War in Iraq

Watch Former National Intelligence Officer Paul Pillar argue that the Bush administration politicized the intelligence process and disregarded the community's expertise to make its public case during…

March 30, 2006

Intelligence
Intelligence, Policy, and the War in Iraq

Council on Foreign RelationsGIDEON ROSE:  Ladies and gentlemen, would people please take their seats and quiet down so we can get started?Welcome to the Council on Foreign Relations and to our sessi…