The Bali Package: An End To the North-South Divide?
By Rachit Ranjan
The BRICS’ African Safari
By Oliver Stuenkel
China and Kenya Expand Cooperation With Railroad Project
By Justin McDonnell
Why Taiwan’s Allies are Flocking to Beijing
By Shannon Tiezzi
Is China and Taiwan’s Diplomatic Truce Over?
Last week The Gambia decided to cut ties with Taiwan. The implications could be significant.
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.
US, China Come Together Over Africa (Sort Of)
The US and China are unconvincing in trying to downplay their competition for influence in Africa.
In Africa, Obama’s Hot on Xi's Trail
China will be the unspoken backdrop to President Obama’s trip to Africa this week.
Did Xi Call Diaoyu/Senkakus A “Core Interest?”
Plus, concern grows over local government debt and economic growth. Friday China links.
China’s Leaders Abroad; What the First Visits Tell Us
China’s new foreign policy leaders have been quick to travel. Their choice of first destinations is revealing.
India’s African “Safari”
By Sudha Ramachandran
China's 'Image' Problem in Africa
Beijing’s policy of “non intervention” was championed by African leaders looking for economic growth without political preconditions. As Africa’s politics change, is the policy obsolete?