Study says Pentagon’s Africa Command needs to refine mission, citing fears that it will militarize US foreign policy in Africa

by Eric Schmitt

WASHINGTON — The Pentagon’s new Africa Command is still recovering from early missteps in explaining its missions and purpose, miscues that government investigators say have left lingering fears at the State Department, in Congress and on the continent that the Defense Department is militarizing the nation’s foreign policy in Africa.

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