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Planning of U.S.-African Policy

  • Herbert J. Spiro


The planning of United States policy toward Africa is no different from the planning of United States policy toward the other major areas of the world, for which the five regional bureaus of the Department of State have responsibility. Africa competes with Europe, East Asia, Latin America, the Near East and South Asia, for personnel, for resources, and for the attention and energies of those who are involved in the policy flow.



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* On the importance of issue formulation as a phase in the flow of policy, see my World Politics: The Global System. (Dorsey Press, 1966), chap, 3 and passim.


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