What the Trump win means for the future of SA-US economic relations

A key concern from the African community has been centred on Trump's stance on the future of US Foreign Policy and US-Africa trade – most particularly post-AGOA trade agreements.

The unexpected presidential win by Donald Trump has sent shock waves across the globe, largely because during his presidential campaign a series of highly controversial statements were made by the Republican candidate on women, the fight against terrorism, migration and global warming.

Chelsea Markowitz, Researcher with SAIIA’s Economic Diplomacy Programme spoke to John Robbie on Talk Radio 702 to unpack what changes we are likely to see emerging out of the White House under the Presidency of Donald Trump.

Click here to listen to the interview with 702.

See all SAIIA work on AGOA here. Read responses to the election outcome: ‘Trump Presidency: First reflections on the impact for Africa‘, ‘The Gatvol Syndrome, The Apprentice and World Politics‘ and a collection of responses by leading voices on the African continent.

10 Nov 2016

Country
South Africa, USA
SAIIA Programme
Economic Diplomacy
Tags
Donald Trump
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

Related Multimedia

National strategies and common agenda for the post COVID-19 recovery in BRICS countries: A way to resilient and sustainable future

What to expect from the 34th Ordinary Session of the AU Assembly

Malawi denies helping the Bushiri’s to escape

Online Policy Dialogue Forum: South Africa’s policy towards Zimbabwe

Value chains in the context of BRICS and COVID-19

Possible impeachment of Donald Trump

Scroll to Top