Charles Stith -- the American African

Stith, Charles
February 2014
African Business;Feb2014, Issue 405, p60
The article focuses on retired U.S. Ambassador Charles Stith, who is dedicated in fostering vital relations with the U.S. Topics include the African Presidential Centre, a project that bridge the gap about the Africa within the academia of the U.S., and the commitment of Stith to improve the lives of the ordinary Africans. Also emphasized are the topics discussed at the annual African Presidential Roundtable that was conceptualized by Stith including governance and agriculture.


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