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by Francis Kornegay | 2020-10-28 |

This is the second part of an occasional paper theme inspired by the University of the Witwatersrand African Center for the Study of the United States “Count Down to US Elections 2020” webinar series. Whereas Part I delves primarily into the US domestic landscape shaping how Black America relates to the 2020 national election amid the far-right challenge to the American system being mounted by the incumbent presidency of Donald J. Trump, this follow-up takes this analysis into the foreign policy realm of US-African and Mideast relations while exploring possibilities and prospects of a policy activist constituency renewal that might gain traction off of ‘Black Remobilization’ dynamics explored in Part I which ends on a note of reimagined internationalist possibility. Part II briefly revisits the domestic Black political terrain as a lead-in to what may lie in store for Africa depending on the outcome of the November election.


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