Countering China in Africa by Reaffirming US Tech Leadership
By Sam Howell
To effectively mitigate the influence of Huawei and other Chinese tech giants in Africa, the U.S. must position itself as a willing and reliable alternative partner.
How China Lost Nigeria
By Adagbo Onoja
Even as China built up its influence, it remained deeply vulnerable to negative counter-narratives from the United States. That’s the paradox of hegemony.
India Enhances Ties Across Africa
By Narayani Basu
With so much potential on the continent, India has no desire to be left out of the African picture.
Attacks Against Africans in India: All About Racism?
By Padmapriya Govindarajan
Why the race argument cannot be ignored when addressing the attacks against African nationals in India.
Malaysia – Africa’s Silent Partner
By Tim Steinecke
One of Southeast Asia’s largest economies is quietly engaged across Africa.
Africa, China, India – Relationships in Transition?
By Tim Steinecke
Two major conferences highlight Africa’s evolving relations with the two Asian giants.
China and India in Africa
By Daouda Cissé
The two Asian powers are rapidly stepping up their engagement in Africa.
Japan, South Korea Boost Their African Presence
By Jason Nicholson
The focus on the South China Sea misses some important, and relevant, strategic developments further west.
Can the US Woo Africa From China?
By Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck discuss U.S.-China competition in Africa.
Can the US and China Cooperate on Development in Africa?
By Ankit Panda
China has invited the United States to cooperate bilaterally on international development aid in Africa.
China's 'New Silk Road' Vision Revealed
By Shannon Tiezzi
A new series in Xinhua offers the clearest vision yet of China's ambitious "New Silk Road."
Could China and Japan Work Together in East Africa?
By Clint Richards
Despite troubled relations at home, the two countries have a shared interest in Africa.