Chad McClymonds studies small state foreign policy, international organization and the role of Africa’s global perception. He also examines the ethics of humanitarianism and the use of media as a tool for development. Chad earned his BA in international relations from San Francisco State University. He studied at the University of Ghana, Legon, and worked with the Centre for Democratic Development in Ghana to conduct research on election-related violence in Ghana’s 2008 election. He also worked in West Africa’s film industry, broadcast television, and theatre. He argues you can’t discuss Senghor without Sembène, and Obasanjo without Adichie.