ACAS Bulletin

Africa and US: New Debates, New Agendas
(Nos. 42-43)
by Association of Concerned Africa Scholars
with Bill Martin, Al Green, James Cason, Washington Office on Africa, Jim Cason, David Wiley, Meredeth Turshen
Northampton, Massachusetts, United States
Spring/Summer 1994
42 pages
Contents: ACAS Executive Committee • ACAS Board of Directors • Re: ASA Meeting Activities • Report from ACAS Co-Chairs • The USAID Experience in Southern Africa: Lessons for Sustainable Development and Humanitarian Assistance • Angola: Recommended Policy Framework • Update • Stronger Support Needed for Angolan Peace • Legislation on Africa Before the 103rd Congress • Guidelines for Cooperation with Africa • U.S. Foreign Aid in Africa: What Position Should ACAS Take? • Foreign Assistance in the Health Field • RWANDA and US Intervention, Call for Debatehu • Collaborative Campaigns and Resources • The Africa Policy Information Center (APIC) • 50 Years is Enough Campaign • The Africa Fund, American Committee on Africa • The Committee for Academic Freedom in Africa • Southern Africa Educational Campaign (SAEC) • Zanzibar Project • ACAS at the 1994 African Studies Association Meetings • ACAS meetings • Panels • National Security Education Program (Boren) Update • Overview • New Bearings for NSEP • National Security Education Board, Executive Director • Unconfirmed List of NSEP Nominees to the "Group of Advisors" • International Studies and Programs Statement on Issues Concerning The National Security Education Program (NSEP) • Membership, Subscription Form • The newsletter includes the testimony of James Cason prepared for hearings before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Subcommittee on Africa. The newsletter includes Guidelines for Scholarly and Professional Cooperation between Faculty, Students, and Administrators of the African Studies Center at Michigan State University and their Colleagues and Collaborators In Africa. The newsletter discusses the Peace, Prosperity and Democracy Act of 1994. The newsletter discusses U.S. policy toward Africa, the Clinton administration, Congress, apartheid, the Lawyers Committee on Human Rights, Africa Watch, Interaction, the Catholic Task Force on Africa, Addis Ababa University, the Ethiopian Research Council, Lisa Alfred, Ed Ferguson, the Development Fund for Africa (DFA), Joseph Hanlon, social service delivery systems, NGOs, PL 480 food aid, the World Bank, the IMF (International Monetary Fund), the European Community, Bread for the World, Development Gap, Margaret Anstee, the May 1991 Peace Accord, UNITA, Zaire, MPLA, United Nations peacekeeping force, Jonas Savimbi, President Jos Eduardo dos Santos, arms and fuel embargo, the Security Council, elections, diamonds, African Conflict Resolution Act, Mickey Leland Telecommunications and Education Act, Nelson Mandela, the ANC (African National Congress), Kwame Nkrumah, Steve Weissman, Carol Thompson, Benin President Nicephore Soglo, CODESRIA, WHO, the OAU (Organization of African Unity), human rights, responsible investment In South Africa, Mobil Oil, George Caffentzis, Silvia Federici, the House of Wonders (Beit al-Ajaib) Museum, the Zanzibar Library Project, Dr. Abdul Sheriff, Lisa Cannon, Ed Ferguson, the Defense Intelligence College, Dr. Morton Halperin, Robby Ray Inman, and the Association of American Universities.
Used by permission of several co-chairs of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root