Bronwyn Bruton

Atlantic Council

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Deputy director of the Michael S. Ansari Africa Center at the Atlantic Council

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President Obama got a hero's welcome in  Kenya , and his message of tough love was well received in the land where his father was born.

Obamamania and Africa's Future

President Obama got a hero's welcome in Kenya , and his message of tough love was well received in the land where his father was born.

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Yesterday, Kenya concluded its national mourning for 147 people who were massacred Thursday at Garissa University.

Kenya and a Perfect Storm of Trouble

Yesterday, Kenya concluded its national mourning for 147 people who were massacred Thursday at Garissa University.

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In West Africa, Ebola is spreading with unprecedented speed. For weeks, global health organizations have called for international aid—especially from the United States.

As Ebola Crises Deepens, Will US Aid Be Enough?

In West Africa, Ebola is spreading with unprecedented speed. For weeks, global health organizations have called for international aid—especially from the United States.

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