The Chinese Railways Remolding East Africa
By Nicholas Muller
Chinese-financed transport infrastructure projects are fundamentally changing connectivity in East Africa.
Why the West Needs to Stop Complaining and Start Engaging China in Africa
By Pippa Morgan
China is here to stay, and Western and African countries alike should make the most of it.
China and Ethiopia, Part 1: The Light Railway System
By Istvan Tarrosy and Zoltán Vörös
Time is ticking to repay Ethiopia's light rail debt, which is not going to be easy without making sufficient profit.
Understanding China-Africa Relations
By Young China Watchers
"Even as public interest in China-Africa grows, the nature of the relationship changes, often overnight."
North Korea’s African Strategy
By Samuel Ramani
Pyongyang’s defense ties in Africa have been overlooked by the West.
North Korean MH17 Scenario Extremely Unlikely
By Clint Richards
Despite the U.S. banning its aircraft from Pyongyang airspace, the chances of a DPRK missile attack are remote.
In Africa, Li Keqiang Refutes Charge of Chinese ‘Neo-Colonialism’
By Shannon Tiezzi
The tone of Li's trip to Africa was carefully designed to hit back at accusations China is exploiting the continent.
The Great Potash Power Play
Critical to improving farm yields, potash is increasingly a strategic product for Asia’s largest economies.