History Of United States – African Relations

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Course Code: 
HIS 3202
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 3
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Academic Programs: 
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 
  1. Introduction: the slave trade connection
  2. The War of the Barbary Coast
  3. The Foundation of Liberia
  4. American business interests in Western and Eastern Africa before the Civil War (1860s)
  5. The United States in the 1860s/85 Berlin conference on Africa
  6. African – American interests in Africa – the Idea of Pan Africanism
  7. The Mandate System – the American Involvement
  8. The United States and the Ethiopian Crisis
  9. The Cold War and US reaction to African nationalism
  10. The Kennedy Appeal to Africa: peace corps, the student airlifts
  11. US Policies towards Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and the former Portuguese colonies
  12. US Perceptions of Mau Mau in Kenya
  13. US Policy toward South Africa
  14. US Policies towards selected Post-colonial African States including Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania
  15. US Policy on Foreign Aid in Africa
  16. Overall assessment of US – Africa relations
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