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Bill Clinton (Born: William Jefferson Blythe III)

Date of Birth: 19 August 1946


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Washington's new pragmatism

President Bill Clinton proclaimed a broad African agenda based like that of the European Union International Monetary Fund and World Bank on economic reform and democratisation...


Who's selling who?

The first group includes State Department officials who have long watched with dismay the European Union's flirtation with the NIF business people envious of EU countries' oil contracts intelligence professionals who grumble that isolationism deprives them of information and Republicans who want to rubbish President Bill Clinton's Democrat government...


Everyone's catastrophe

Many US officials had opposed President Bill Clinton's government's policy of isolating Sudan headed by Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Susan Rice...


Follow me, follow

It contains high-level academics and officials from State and Defense chaired by Stephen Morris a State Department Africanist under Bill Clinton...


In the lobbies

Lobbyists do best when government intentions are unclear; there is little clarity about Bush's Africa policy except that it will be more pro-business and less active in Africa than Bill Clinton's (AC Vol 41 No 25)...


Not so slick

Last year Trafigura was in unsuccessful merger talks with Rich (who received a controversial pardon from outgoing President Bill Clinton)...


The centre isn't holding

Though a continent widely seen as the world's most marginalised Africa can still draw the attention of world leaders such as the United States' outgoing President Bill Clinton and Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair...


Africa - where's that?

That was the position that President Bill Clinton inherited (and tried to change) in 1992 from George W...

This year Congress voted US$300 million for President Bill Clinton's anti-AIDS programme in Africa which contrasted sharply with its reluctance to endorse finance for the UN...


Hard loans

Now though Eximbank is the main Western insurer of loans to Nigeria - the change coincided with President Bill Clinton's visit there in August under pressure from US oil companies to win business in Nigeria's fast expanding oil and gas sector...


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