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Judd Ryker, the daring hero of Moss’ novel, is a U.S. diplomat based in Mali who, over the course of 100 hours, must undo a coup, free a kidnapped Peace Corps volunteer, and stop an attack on the U.S. embassy.
In his first term, Barack Obama's Africa policy was notable mostly for its apathy and false starts. But a newly announced initiative has the potential to be a lasting legacy.
Africa's thriving democracies and economies, and its alarming transnational security threats, make it more important than ever to the United States. Obama, however, has largely ignored the continent. Regardless of who wins in November, Washington cannot afford to continue on the president's current path.