Witney Schneidman

Brookings Institution

Guest

Nonresident fellow the Brookings Institution and a senior international advisor for Africa at the law firm Covington & Burling; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs (Clinton Administration)

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America's first black President is in Senegal today for only his  second trip to Africa  since a brief visit to Ghana during his first term.

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America's first black President is in Senegal today for only his second trip to Africa since a brief visit to Ghana during his first term.

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