May 4, 2014

Angola's Oil Barrel Diplomacy

Emily Cadei, Ozy

Issouf Sanogo/AFP/Getty Images

Angola’s got oil and heaps of other natural resources. And while it’s no model democracy, it’s signaling that it’s willing to play ball with the United States and Europe on some key shared interests.

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TAGGED: Angola, Africa

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