Does the China-Africa Trade Expo Matter?
By Ovigwe Eguegu and Hannah Ryder
The third China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo (CAETE) will need to build on past lessons and successes to really reshape China-Africa trade.
What Nigeria Can Teach Us About China’s Belt and Road
By Tola Amusan
Each country must exercise agency to fully capture the benefits of the BRI. So far, Nigeria hasn’t.
What’s at Stake for Africa in China’s 20th Party Congress?
By Judith Mwai
For African governments, China’s party congress is about more than Xi Jinping.
Are African Governments Expecting Too Much From FOCAC?
By Lauren Ashmore
The case of Africa’s agricultural exports to China highlights the progress made through FOCAC agreements -- and the road still left to travel.
Gauging the Future of Chinese Investment in Africa
By Ovigwe Eguegu
China’s report on the private sector in Africa reveals two challenges and two elephants in the room
China’s Shipping Delays Are Costing African Economies
By Osaru Omosigho
China’s shipping delays to African countries in particular are the result of global trends. They need a global solution.