Donna Charles on Ghana’s Democracy Amid West Africa’s Instability

October 10, 2023 00:08:21
Donna Charles on Ghana’s Democracy Amid West Africa’s Instability
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Donna Charles on Ghana’s Democracy Amid West Africa’s Instability

Oct 10 2023 | 00:08:21

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Show Notes

Ghana represents a “bastion of democracy” in a region beset by political instability. With Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo visiting Washington, D.C., this week, the United States can deepen cooperation in a way that “really supports the U.S. message of bringing peace through democracy,” says USIP’s Donna Charles.

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