Development Reimagined’s Jade Scarfe argues that thinking about debt to Chinese and Western creditors from the debtor perspective presents new ways forward
With economic ties ever growing between China and Africa, new business opportunities are emerging. The pressing question is: what kind of ethical guardrails do you put around such new businesses?
2022 marks the beginning of the three-year China-Africa Cooperation cycle and China’s five-year plan cycle for International Agriculture Cooperation. What do they mean for China’s agricultural aid and investment in the African continent?
China wants to increase renewable investments in Africa, but how can it turn around years of energy investment flowing into fossil fuel and big hydro? Dr. Shen Wei shares his views.
With FOCAC8 concluded in Senegal, the two sides have co-written a new chapter in an evolving relationship
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia and Burkina Faso shares his view on how recent events may reshape China-Africa relationship
Chinese scholar Liu Haifang argues that China should re-discover its early embrace of Africa to build a new foundation for China-Africa solidarity.
A quick take on the aftermath of the diplomatic crisis triggered by Guangzhou’s Covid-19 measures targeting African communities
Ethiopia is tapping into both Chinese and Turkish financing for its railway ambitions. The difference illuminates the pros and cons of China’s model of overseas infrastructure development.
Zhang Jingjing previews legal challenges awaiting a few controversial projects and welcomes a groundbreaking move by China’s Supreme Court