Demystifying China’s Role in Sri Lanka’s Debt Restructuring
By Umesh Moramudali and Thilina Panduwawala
Sri Lanka’s debt restructuring is deeply embedded both within a global emerging market debt crisis and a moment of rethinking within China about its global role as a creditor.
China, the World Bank, and African Debt: A War of Words
By Deborah Brautigam
Will the rising hostility between the United States and China make a comprehensive approach to debt relief more difficult in Africa?
Did Nigeria Really Cede Its Sovereignty to China in a Loan Agreement?
By Laure Deron
A legal review of the public debate sparked by a Nigeria-China commercial loan agreement.
China’s Policy Banks Need to Hedge Against Climate Risks
By Divya Narain
China’s policy banks must re-evaluate the bankability of their fossil fuel projects, not just for their own survival but also that of the planet.