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Malawi: Recent Developments and U.S. Relations

President Barack Obama's Administration and a number of Members of Congress have welcomed Malawian President Joyce Banda's accession to power, largely because she has reversed a number of contentious decisions taken by her predecessor, Bingu wa Mutharika, who died in early April 2012 while serving a contentious second term. Banda's status as Africa's second female president, an internationally recognized women's rights advocate, and a leader with personal socioeconomic development expertise has also drawn U.S. and other international support. There are also some indications that Banda may pursue a foreign policy aligned with selected U.S. regional policy goals. In August 2012, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton traveled to Malawi for discussions of economic and political governance and reform and to highlight bilateral development cooperation projects. In September Banda addressed a gathering of Members of Congress at a forum on U.S.-Malawian and broader U.S.-African relations.

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Malawi: Recent Developments and U.S. Relations  [Order No: R42856  Release Date: Dec 11,2012  Pages: 20]