|Topics:||African International Relations | Conflict Resolution|
People's Daily, Nov. 28, 2003 on the 2003 Forum: http://english1.people.com.cn/200311/28/eng20031128_129210.shtml
Embassy of China in Canada on the 2003 Forum (December 2003): http://www.chinaembassycanada.org/eng/xwdt/t56423.htm
China.org.cn on the 2003 Forum: http://www.china.org.cn/english/international/80679.htm
Anatomy of a Third World Cold War Crisis: New East-bloc Evidence on the Horn of Africa, 1977-1978.
Statistics for immigration to the U.S. from Africa as a whole and by individual countries. Data is from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Urban Institute. Statistics of foreign-born by state. For example California in 2000, 113,255 Califorians were born in Africa. 11,818 were from Ethiopia, 13,939 were from Nigeria. 14,359 were from South Africa. Profiles of selected countries (Botswana, Cape Verde, Kenya, Lesotho, Mali, South Africa.) Find statistics, from 1980 to 2002, on numbers of asylum seekers from individual countries to countries of asylum. The Institute is based in Washington, D.C. http://www.migrationinformation.org
Pt. 1. Contains (1) a press release (Feb. 4) from the Subcommittee on Trade of the House Committee on Ways and Means on H.R. 434, the "African Growth and Opportunty Act," (2) testimony presented on Feb. 9 by the Washington Office on Africa on behalf of the Africa Trade Policy Working Group and (3) a press release from Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (Feb. 23, 1999) introducing H.R. 772, the "Hope for Africa Act of 1999." http://www.africapolicy.org/docs99/tr9902a.htm
Pt. 2. Information on bills in Congress "concerning U.S. economic relations with Africa, as well as an open letter from Leon Spencer, Ex. Director, Washington Office on Africa." http://www.africapolicy.org/docs99/tr9902b.htm
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