Secretary of State Clinton ends her trip across Africa with a stop in the nation of Cape Verde. Jendayi Frazer, former assistant secretary of state for Africa under the Bush administration, helps The Takeaway assess the significance of Clinton's trip.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton finished up her 11-day tour of Africa today, after a final stop in Cape Verde. The World's Jeb Sharp reports that the trip was strong on rhetoric but not especially ground-breaking in terms of policy.
Secretary of State Clinton is in Africa for the Obama administration's first serious tour of the continent. Joining The Takeaway are Jendayi Frazer, former Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, and Martin Plaut, the BBC's Africa editor.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is about to begin her seven-country tour of the African continent. To examine her agenda and its possible implications, The Takeaway is joined by Will Ross of the BBC, and New America Foundation fellow Steve Clemons.
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