The United States and the Transformation of African Security: The African Crisis Response Initiative and Beyond
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Helping Africans develop a capability to avoid or solve their region's security problems has reemerged recently as an important goal of American strategy, and the African Crisis Response Initiative (ACRI) is its centerpiece. Based on their testimony presented to the Africa Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on International Relations, this study by Dr. Steven Metz and Colonel Dan Henk of the U.S. Army War College examines the ACRI. Significantly, it does so by placing the ACRI in a wider, long-term strategic context.
Henk; Metz; Africa
Daniel W. Henk COL and Steven Metz Dr.,
The United States and the Transformation of African Security: The African Crisis Response Initiative and Beyond ( US Army War College Press, 1997),