What does China’s post-quake aid to Turkey and Syria say about its notion of “great power responsibility”?
Fiji-based Maureen Penjueli tells us how Pacific communities respond to charm campaigns in the context of the climate emergency and other global challenges
Ana Krstinovska shares her critical take on Chinese development assistance in the region in the wake of the post-pandemic economic situation and the war in Ukraine.
Sun Tianshu argues that the current fragmented foreign aid system needs overarching coordination for it to support Chinese diplomacy and address global challenges
Japan’s leading foreign aid agency shows how the state can support civil society involvement in international development
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi had a busy start to the year 2021. His itinerary may tell us how the BRI is being adjusted for new global realities
A new White Paper articulates China’s approach to international development cooperation, aiming to restore the moral orientation in development assistance and gain legitimacy among international and domestic audiences.
CIDCA’s proposed Measures open a new window into Chinese foreign aid, but stakeholders should manage their expectations
African leaders, more than a “benevolent” China, should set the tone for Africa-China relations, argues Kofi Gunu
Empirical research depicts a picture of Chinese involvement in Africa different from common perception