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Malaysia – Africa’s Silent Partner
May 30, 2016
Malaysia – Africa’s Silent Partner
One of Southeast Asia’s largest economies is quietly engaged across Africa.
Malaysia – Africa’s Silent Partner
Africa, China, India – Relationships in Transition?
December 02, 2015
Africa, China, India – Relationships in Transition?
Two major conferences highlight Africa’s evolving relations with the two Asian giants.
Africa, China, India – Relationships in Transition?
China and India in Africa
November 13, 2015
China and India in Africa
The two Asian powers are rapidly stepping up their engagement in Africa.
China and India in Africa
Japan, South Korea Boost Their African Presence
October 01, 2015
Japan, South Korea Boost Their African Presence
The focus on the South China Sea misses some important, and relevant, strategic developments further west.
Japan, South Korea Boost Their African Presence
Can the US Woo Africa From China?
August 07, 2014
Can the US Woo Africa From China?
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck discuss U.S.-China competition in Africa.
Can the US Woo Africa From China?
Can the US and China Cooperate on Development in Africa?
August 07, 2014
Can the US and China Cooperate on Development in Africa?
China has invited the United States to cooperate bilaterally on international development aid in Africa.
Can the US and China Cooperate on Development in Africa?
China's 'New Silk Road' Vision Revealed
May 09, 2014
China's 'New Silk Road' Vision Revealed
A new series in Xinhua offers the clearest vision yet of China's ambitious "New Silk Road."
China's 'New Silk Road' Vision Revealed
Could China and Japan Work Together in East Africa?
March 20, 2014
Could China and Japan Work Together in East Africa?
Despite troubled relations at home, the two countries have a shared interest in Africa.
Could China and Japan Work Together in East Africa?
The Bali Package: An End To the North-South Divide?
January 31, 2014
The Bali Package: An End To the North-South Divide?
Hailed as a success, the Bali package seems somewhat short of a win-win for North and South.
The Bali Package: An End To the North-South Divide?
The BRICS’ African Safari
January 17, 2014
The BRICS’ African Safari
It’s not just China; the BRICS are all active in Africa and taking divergent paths.
The BRICS’ African Safari
China and Kenya Expand Cooperation With Railroad Project
December 12, 2013
China and Kenya Expand Cooperation With Railroad Project
China’s Road and Bridge Corporation Center (CRBC) struck a deal with Kenya to launch a new and improved railway.
China and Kenya Expand Cooperation With Railroad Project
Why Taiwan’s Allies are Flocking to Beijing
November 19, 2013
Why Taiwan’s Allies are Flocking to Beijing
The Gambia rejecting Taiwan in favor of China is not surprising given the economic benefits of such a move.
Why Taiwan’s Allies are Flocking to Beijing
Is China and Taiwan’s Diplomatic Truce Over?
November 18, 2013
Is China and Taiwan’s Diplomatic Truce Over?
Last week The Gambia decided to cut ties with Taiwan. The implications could be significant.
Is China and Taiwan’s Diplomatic Truce Over?
Blood Elephants: Asia’s Ivory Demand Fuels African Conflicts
October 05, 2013
Blood Elephants: Asia’s Ivory Demand Fuels African Conflicts
An ivory bust in Hong Kong this week sheds light on a growing problem for Asia and Africa.
Blood Elephants: Asia’s Ivory Demand Fuels African Conflicts
US, China Come Together Over Africa (Sort Of)
June 30, 2013
US, China Come Together Over Africa (Sort Of)
The US and China are unconvincing in trying to downplay their competition for influence in Africa.
US, China Come Together Over Africa (Sort Of)
In Africa, Obama’s Hot on Xi's Trail
June 27, 2013
In Africa, Obama’s Hot on Xi's Trail
China will be the unspoken backdrop to President Obama’s trip to Africa this week.
In Africa, Obama’s Hot on Xi's Trail
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