The Biden administration’s early approach to diplomacy in Africa signals a departure from the early rhetoric of the Trump administration. President Biden directly addressed the 34th African Union Summit where he made a commitment to working with international institutions, like the African Union, to address the challenges posed by COVID-19, conflict, and climate change to the African continent.
The President reversed the travel ban widely referred to as the “Muslim travel ban” as one of the first acts in office. The executive order he signed restarted the entry process for people previously targeted by the Trump Administration ban on entry from multiple Muslim majority countries. The order sends a wider signal of the new administration’s approach to Muslim and African Nations.
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