China’s Oil Gambit in Africa’s Conflict Zones
By Robert Bociaga
Across the continent, China is doubling down on energy investments even in the face of local opposition and violent conflict.
Can China Broker Peace in Sudan?
By Matai Muon and Brian Wong
Beijing could hold the key to any future peace in Sudan, but this projection must be buttressed with realism.
What Protests in Algeria and Sudan Mean for China
By Guy Burton
Given the historical and economic importance of Algeria and Sudan to China, Beijing will be watching the current protests carefully.
How China Came to Dominate South Sudan’s Oil
By Austin Bodetti
China’s appetite for risk-taking cemented its presence in the conflict-torn young country.
China and the 'Rogues': How China Deals With Pariah States
By Daniel Johanson
What general lessons can be drawn from China's dealings with rogue states such as Iran, North Korea, and Sudan?
Sudan: China's Original Foothold in Africa
By Joseph Hammond
Thanks in part to U.S. neglect, China's footprint in Sudan has grown exponentially over the past 20 years.