Articles by Stephen Hayes
President Ellen Sirleaf has made huge strides in turning around a war-torn nation.
The president is letting other nations lead the way in Africa.
President Obama should engage in business as usual with the new leader of one our strongest allies in Africa.
Renewing the African Growth and Opportunity Act is a step the U.S. has to take.
A former congressional staffer's farm in Ghana is a model for African agricultural development.
There's a lot to like, including IT, agribusiness, consumer products, and power.
Can America help move the continent forward?
Africa could see its cities become global centers of trade and investment.
Again, what's absent in developing countries is American investment.
Instead of teaching people to grow food more efficiently, our efforts to support development should emphasize infrastructure development.