Nora Snee

Nora Snee

Nora Snee has completed internships at NPR Member Station WITF 89.5, the U.S Army War College Quarterly Journal, and Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute, NSN, and at the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues.  She received her B.A. in international studies from Dickinson College, where she concentrated in Latin American and security studies, and lived for six months in Cameroon.

The African Development Bank is a regional multilateral institution with 78 member countries from Africa and around the world. Its goal is to reduce poverty and improve the quality of life in Africa by providing access to funding for projects that will promote economic and social development.

Recent rain shortages and possible effects of El Niño may intensify food insecurity in Ethiopia.

China’s recent currency devaluation could have serious implications for Africa.

Congress failed to reauthorize the U.S. Export-Import Bank last month, which proponents say will hurt domestic businesses as well as global trade partners.  

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