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  • China’s Belt and Road, and Africa’s Industrialized
    Articles
    Kenyan scholar claims, the 21st Maritime Silk Road envisioned by Chinese leaders will not only foster Sino-Africa bilateral trade,...
  • Nation's Humanitarian Response in Africa Exemplary
    Articles
    Activities are in line with China's soft-power projection, commensurate with its growing status as a global leaderAn analysis of...
  • China BRICS Summit to Spur Emerging Markets Growth.
    Articles
    The BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and since 2010 South Africa) countries constitute the emerging powers in global governance...
  • Focus on China's role in global economy.
    Focus on China's Role in Global Economy.
    Articles
    The World Economic Forum will be held in Davos, Switzerland, from Jan 17 to 20. The prospects for the...
  • Africa to profit from rise of China
    Africa to Profit from Rise of China.
    Articles
    Cooperation between China and Africa is still in its early stages but the benefits are already being felt, according...
  • Think Tanks Leave Big Footprints
    Think Tanks Leave Big Footprints.
    Articles
    An uncertain global landscape is pressing on China and Africa to strengthen cooperation between their think tanks.Researchers from both...
  • Belt and Road bodes well for Africa
    Belt and Road Bodes Well for Africa.
    Articles
    Continent looks forward to more tangible economic benefits to ensure long-term, 'win-win' partnership The Belt and Road Initiative launched...
  • Scramble for Africa Working Paper
    Working Paper
  • Kenya's railway gets rolling
    Kenya's Railway Gets Rolling.
    Articles
    Kenya has become the third African nation to launch a railway system built with Chinese technology.The 472-kilometer standard gauge...
  • Kenya celebrates launch of rail line
    Kenya Celebrates Launch of Rail Line.
    Articles
    Kenya launched the long awaited Nairobi-Mombasa Standard-Gauge Railway passenger train service on May 31 in a colorful event held...
  • Sino-African relations make for better world
    Sino-African Relations Make for Better World.
    Articles
    China's influence has grown dramatically, with ambitious projects and booming tradeFollowing the conclusion of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation...
  • Beijing's growth fuels continent's economic development
    Beijing's Growth Fuels Continent's Economic Development.
    Articles, Dennis Munene
    After the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation summit in South Africa in December, the focus has squarely been on China's...
  • Confronting Emerging Threats: Humanitarian Diplomacy, Disaster Management, Violent Extremism and Election Stability
    Confronting Emerging Threats: Humanitarian Diplomacy, Disaster Management, Violent Extremism...
    Research Note
    Though Kenya has unmatched humanitarian credentials, it has not been able to structure quality in a manner that leverages...
  • The Economic Impact of Terror Activities
    Research Note
    The global surge of terrorist attacks by groups linked to either al-Qaeda or ISIS in the last decade has...
  • Developing an African Public Diplomacy Framework.
    Research Note
    Public diplomacy and soft power is multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary academic and practice field. In a broad sense, public...
  • 'We Cannot Eat Metal’ Strategic Response To NASA's Food...
    Research Note
    The food crisis, in form of shortage and high prices, being experienced in the country has created a social,...
  • Africa Day Paved Roads in Africa
    Africa Day Paved Roads in Africa
    Professor Kagwanja
    Africa Day has been celebrated on May 25th every year for more than the past 50 years and was...
  • Some birds are not meant to be caged...
    Professor Kagwanja
    A glimpse into his five-decades-long intellectual voyage calls to mind the sagacious words of the American author, Stephen King:...
  • Cutting bullet supply key to draining the swamps in...
    Professor Kagwanja
    A deadly mix of banditry, criminality and cattle rustling by morans, bandits and soldiers of fortune, armed to the...
  • How new wars are feeding myth of Kenya as...
    Professor Kagwanja
    In Kenya, this controversy has resurfaced following the move by the Government to dispatch the Kenya Defence Forces to...
  • How ICC and security influenced foreign policy
    Professor Kagwanja
    On December 5, the International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecution withdrew charges against President Uhuru Kenyatta. This will go down...
  • Five wars poised to define peace, security in East...
    Professor Kagwanja
    People & Power In Summary Religious clashes. 2014 witnessed increasing radicalisation of Christianity in response to the threat of...
  • Cartels are Kenya’s next obstacle to anti-corruption efforts
    Professor Kagwanja
    The day before President Uhuru Kenyatta issued the toughest ever edict on corruption by a Kenyan leader during his...
  • An historic mission to stem Al-Shabaab’s barbarism
    Professor Kagwanja
    Kenya's Defence Forces have degraded Al-Shabaab's military capacity inside Somalia while the country's intelligence has helped foil at least...
  • Garissa has amplified seven myths on terrorism in Kenya
    Professor Kagwanja
    President Uhuru Kenyatta's Government has three years to refocus attention on public perception and reverse its fortunes on two...
  • Inside ODM’s appeasement policy towards Al-Shabaab
    Professor Kagwanja
    In diplomatic parlance, this policy is known as appeasement or giving political or material concessions to a belligerent or...
  • ‘New racism’ fuelling extremist violence in Africa
    Professor Kagwanja
    After a sweeping review of the rise and fall of race as a concept that has underpinned human relations,...
  • Invest in emerging markets to boost Africa’s tourism
    Professor Kagwanja
    Reviving the tourist sector will demand that Kenya and its East African neighbours diligently explore alternative tourist markets. Kenya...
  • Human rights extremism bedevilling Kenya-US ties
    Professor Kagwanja
    Pundits intimate Obama has always wanted to visit Kenya, but was dissuaded by a pervading rightwing opinion. Mr Obama's...
  • Counties should invest in soft-security measures
    Professor Kagwanja
    Arguably, the hard-nosed push by governors for enhanced role in security is more about naked power than a clear...
  • Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka should get pension from Parliament
    Professor Kagwanja
    Hewing a new law to address the material benefits of two or more citizens at a time when the...
  • Inside the Opposition’s strategy for 2017 elections
    Professor Kagwanja
    Raila is banking everything on the referendum. While President Kenyatta has appointed Nzioka Waita to head the Presidential Delivery...
  • Strong Senate key to restoring integrity of Parliament
    Professor Kagwanja
    Senate is rightly embraced as a necessary check against the localism, mediocrity and parochialism of often juvenile lower houses....
  • Needed: Research to drive efforts to counter extremism
    Professor Kagwanja
    African governments and organisations should decidedly invest in improving the quality of research in order to help researchers generate...
  • Barack Obama visit to intensify ‘politicisation’ of war on...
    Professor Kagwanja
    On the whole, the politicisation of corruption projects seek to drive a wedge between the people and their elected...
  • Three policy issues defining Barack Obama’s trip to Africa
    Professor Kagwanja
    Nairobi's policy priorities are co-operation in security, economic growth and deepening democracy. Advertisement By PETER KAGWANJA More by this...
  • China’s influence engenders America’s strategy in Africa
    Professor Kagwanja
    Beijing's trade with Africa has flown past America's, standing at $222 billion in 2014. America's interest in Africa has...
  • End of US ‘opposition strategy’ and future of power...
    Professor Kagwanja
    The visit of US President Barack Obama last week sounded the death knell for rogue opposition politics. Sadly, consolidating...
  • Resurgence of Kanu and looming battle for soul of...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Happy Valley remains the thermometer of the politics of Kenya whose destiny has become inextricably tied to the stability...
  • Re-define pan-Africanism to ward off violent extremism
    Professor Kagwanja
    Pan-Africanism is the continent's most effective ideological tool in fighting back global threats to Africa's interests. Advertisement By PETER...
  • Sugar debate exposes Jubilee’s weak political capacity
    Professor Kagwanja
    ODM has used its political capacity to turn the tide against Jubilee and claw back on some of the...
  • ICC the greatest threat to ideals of 2010 constitution
    Professor Kagwanja
    Future of power: In the ensuing 21st century scramble for global resources, a beleaguered West has shrewdly turned ICC...
  • Mutua’s ‘maendeleo ideology’ and the clash of generations
    Professor Kagwanja
    Governor Mutua is using development - "Maendeleo chap chap" or accelerated development - in an ideological and programmatic sense...
  • China using knowledge to consolidate its influence in Africa
    Professor Kagwanja
    Beijing's scholars and foreign policy mandarins are experimenting on the "power/knowledge" model to win the hearts and minds of...
  • Managing diversity in counties will foster a cohesive Kenya
    Professor Kagwanja
    One, the new constitution and corresponding Acts of Parliament created a slew of measures and institutions to foster social...
  • Cord’s Uhuru Park assault on Kenyatta reveals the venerability...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Humanly, the President left home greatly anguished by the smouldering indiscipline that now rocks the country's democracy and puts...
  • Impeachment frenzy erodes confidence in our new democracy
    Professor Kagwanja
    Kenya is one of the new democracies now facing the wrath of a growing and blistering global trend by...
  • Fix anarchic politics to realise Jubilee’s election promises
    Professor Kagwanja
    Jubilee's mid-term moment is the ideal time to assess the state of affairs since the Government was sworn into...
  • ICC trials risk pushing Kenya back to the brink
    Professor Kagwanja
    In the wake of the 2008 National Accord and Reconciliation Agreement, a military solution to the Kenyan problem has...
  • The world should make Africa safe for democracy
    Professor Kagwanja
    Democracy is a paradox. One view, identified with Winston Churchill, is that "democracy is the worst form of government,...
  • Inside Raila’s strategy to challenge Uhuru’s powers
    Professor Kagwanja
    Odinga's recent political blitz against Kenyatta comes through as a throwback to the defunct campaign against the omnipotent "imperial...
  • ODM’s perpetual campaign paralysing Jubilee power
    Professor Kagwanja
    A glimpse of assessments, reports and projections by national and international agencies reveals that the situation is not as...
  • China’s ‘Silk Road’ strategy heralds Kenya’s growth
    Professor Kagwanja
    Beijing is pushing this strategy to enable it take a bigger role in global affairs and to export its...
  • Why there is a hidden hand in report on...
    Professor Kagwanja
    The report, Black and White: Kenya's Criminal Racket in Somalia (2015), accuses Kenya's senior military officials of profiteering from...
  • Inside charismatic Pope Francis’ image of a rising Africa
    Professor Kagwanja
    In extremely subtle ways, racists are using new technology platforms such as cable televisions and Twitter to isolate Africa...
  • What cabinet reshuffle means for Uhuru ahead of 2017...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Generically, cabinet shuffles enable heads of government to replace ministers who have resigned, retired or died; to refresh government...
  • ‘Africa cannot ignore China’
    Professor Kagwanja
    Africa cannot ignore China. With its 1.3 billion people, the world's second most powerful economy, the world's fastest expanding...
  • Dr GG Kariuki and why Kenya needs philosopher kings
    Professor Kagwanja
    At 76, Mr Kariuki became practically the oldest public leader to study for and earn a PhD from a...
  • ‘Mass graves’ fiasco shows perils of human rights extremism
    Professor Kagwanja
    Therefore, the discovery of a mass grave - defined by the United Nations as a burial site that contains...
  • Greater role in WTO will bolster Africa’s influence in...
    Professor Kagwanja
    African policy wonks are convinced that WTO favours rich nations. In this regard, the Ugandan scholar, Yash Tandon, concluded...
  • Foreign travel necessary to secure low-cost project financing
    Professor Kagwanja
    Manifestly, Kenyatta is the most travelled of Kenya's four presidents. By mid-December 2015, he had made 44 trips to...
  • Spin-doctoring should not derail our democracy in 2016
    Professor Kagwanja
    Whatever else it may portend, 2016 is the year of deep strategy, where Kenyans face the same stark moral...
  • Populist rigging claims a threat to peaceful elections in...
    Professor Kagwanja
    As Lynn Westmoreland quipped, election fraud is "the greatest threat to the constitutional right to vote". Perceptions of vote...
  • Step up fight to secure ‘ungoverned spaces’ in Somalia
    Professor Kagwanja
    President Kenyatta declared that al-Shabaab will "have no time to breathe". And his Chief of Defence Forces, General Samson...
  • How corruption scandals are shaping Mutunga’s legacy
    Professor Kagwanja
    The ripples of the bribery claim against Supreme Court Judge Philip Tunoi are likely to be felt at two...
  • Assault on African leaders creating ‘land without heroes’
    Professor Kagwanja
    The on-going assault on Africa's new generation of leaders fits like a glove into the epic narrative of the...
  • Saving IEBC from wheeler-dealer solutions to challenges
    Professor Kagwanja
    The independence of election management bodies from interference by competing political interests is the hallmark of a true democratic...
  • Rebels using power-sharing as Trojan horse to win power
    Professor Kagwanja
    The recently concluded elections in Uganda and on-going peace processes in Burundi and South Sudan have thrown a spotlight...
  • Research body turns global focus on drivers of extremism
    Professor Kagwanja
    By January 2016, 59 terrorist groups appeared in the list of America's designated Foreign Terrorist Organisations, with only 12...
  • Kericho poll unveils looming battle for Uhuru succession in...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Kanu and URP rebels used the trope of "the Kericho rebellion" to foster the idea of a dying power....
  • New Government Spokesman Kiraithe has his work cut out...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Charged with ensuring that public announcements are made in the most appropriate fashion and through the most appropriate channels,...
  • Ndii’s ‘genocide’ thesis a ploy to defeat democracy in...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Ndii is a grand master in conjuring up the obscene and the grotesque. Sunday, April 3, 2016 Claiming that...
  • Kenya is free at last, time to talk healing...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Kenya's experience with the ICC proves, yet again, that "courts cannot end civil wars." Sunday, April 10, 2016 The...
  • No crisis in the posting of Kenyan diplomats
    Professor Kagwanja
    I don't think there is any question of disagreement. The main problem we have had in the past is...
  • Rogue bankers are fighting back, shield the CBK governor
    Professor Kagwanja
    Rogue bankers and cartels threaten efforts to create vibrant and stable institutions. Sunday, April 17 2016 After decades of...
  • Africa assuming importance in the global security agenda
    Professor Kagwanja
    A brainchild of the late visionary Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, the Tana Forum, now in its fifth year,...
  • Rising political extremism threatens stability and democracy
    Professor Kagwanja
    The anti-IEBC protest is the direct opposite of a "democratic revolution." Sunday May 1 2016 A new opposition "protest...
  • Trump is coming, Africa needs strategy to escape re-colonisation
    Professor Kagwanja
    Today, hope rests on Hillary Clinton to vanquish Trump the way Hitler lost to Hindenburg. Sunday May 8 2016...
  • How dynastic ambitions imperil Kenya’s democracy
    Professor Kagwanja
    In her new book, Democratic Dynasties (April 2016), the Harvard-trained professor of politics, Kanchan Chandra, re-launches the prickly theoretical...
  • Camps are terrorist dens, we need a new deal...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Dadaab camp signifies the rot in the old world refugee order, now in its twilight. Sunday May 22 2016...
  • Africa needs dialogue on a non-violent opposition
    Professor Kagwanja
    Revolutions are rational enterprises in which non-violence has worked better than violence. This is the main point of Blueprint...
  • Madaraka Day fete unveiled Kenya’s ‘tale of two cities’
    Professor Kagwanja
    In a clear show of might, the Government and the Opposition held two separate celebrations in two Kenyan cities....
  • Political extremism threatens to roll back democratic gains
    Professor Kagwanja
    Democracy has universally been plagued by terrorism and violent political extremism. Saturday June 11 2016 Although the new constitution...
  • Kofi Annan is fast losing his shine as a...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Annan drew the ire of the public when he argued that the ICC should have detained President Kenyatta and...
  • Africa: After Brexit, Africa Should Brace Itself for an...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Without doubt, Britain's vote to exit the European Union (EU) is a historic decision. It has immense potential not...
  • Protecting Africa’s democracy from trigger-happy police
    Professor Kagwanja
    Neo-liberal experiment on "democratic policing" yet to take root in Africa's new democracies. Saturday July 16 2016 In Kenya...
  • Beijing's growth fuels continent's economic development
    Dennis Munene
    After the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation summit in South Africa in December, the focus has squarely been on China's...
  • Needed: High priests and lords of integrity for Kenya
    Dennis Munene
    Kenya By Dennis Mwaniki | Updated Mon, August 31st 2015 at 00:00 GMT +3 SHARE THIS ARTICLE Share on...
  • Should we cover our nakedness or expose it to...
    Dennis Munene
    Recently, a US based research organisation classified Kenya as among the group of failed states, a list headed by...
  • My sincere and Open Letter to the Kenyan youth
    Dennis Munene
    The country is in a political mood or should I say politicians and the wanna-be politicians are in political...
  • Choose wisely fellow countrymen, choose wisely
    Dennis Munene
    The following scripture applies to Kenya, now more than ever: “One day the trees went out to anoint a...
  • New security dilemmas as China spurs Africa’s rise
    Professor Kagwanja
    The monumental shift in the international economic order was long coming - it was never a question of if,...
  • The US presidential election and what it means for...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Regime change schemes in the name of democracy have thrown African countries like Libya to the abyss of anarchy....
  • School fires a wake-up call to address decay in...
    Professor Kagwanja
    It is time to consider reintroducing a compulsory youth service programme. Saturday August 6 2016 Certainly, Africa is not...
  • Counter-terrorism architecture as a pillar of regional security
    Professor Kagwanja
    Kenya's post-Westgate counter-terrorism architecture is a bold experiment in balancing imperatives of security with those of deepening democracy. Saturday...
  • Uhuru's legacy linked to securing Constitution's promise
    Professor Kagwanja
    Ensuring a credible, free and fair election will consolidate democracy. Saturday August 27 2016 In Summary Advertisement By PETER...
  • Economic diplomacy transforming Kenya into a global soft power
    Professor Kagwanja
    Since 2013, Kenya has projected its soft power through economic diplomacy, in turn, transforming the country into 'a global...
  • Kenya’s diplomatic effort to drain the swamp of terrorism
    Professor Kagwanja
    The threat has fired up regional states and organisations to embark on developing strategies to prevent and counter youth...
  • Jubilee mass party to fortify inclusive development
    Professor Kagwanja
    In many ways, the launch of Jubilee Party on September 10, 2016 signalled the return of mass party politics...
  • Miraa continues to serve as unifying symbol of divided...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Three factors are shaping the geopolitics of the Horn of Africa region. The first is the spillover effect of...
  • Trump's rise threatens America’s party system
    Professor Kagwanja
    Democracy is designed to produce winners and losers. Grievances arising from it must be resolved through existing legal and...
  • Why is governance such a critical concept ahead of...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Few reports care to interrogate or define the term governance, which has become common among the donor communities in...
  • The question about governance
    Professor Kagwanja
    What has become an indelible feature of election seasons in African countries is the unveiling of a flurry of...
  • Kenya has to prepare to be new praetorian guardian...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Al-Shabaab's apparent resurgence follows internal crisis of democracy in Ethiopia signified by a year of anti-government protests involving two...
  • East Africa: Kenya Has to Prepare to Be New...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Almost uncannily, in Kenya, as elsewhere, the month of October has become synonymous with military strategy and defence of...
  • Double deficit of 'development' and 'democracy' as 'enabler' of...
    Professor Kagwanja
    On the one hand is the phenomenon of youth bulge, a stage in post-colonial development where many Africa countries...
  • Jubilee Party and 'National Super Alliance' setting the stage...
    Professor Kagwanja
    One vision, identified with Jubilee Party and partly inspired by South Africa's African National Congress, is of a mass...
  • What Kenya’s success in tackling corruption hinges on
    Professor Kagwanja
    The common denominator among all democracies that have managed to reduce the threat of corruption to minimal levels is...
  • Jubilee Party and 'National Super Alliance' setting the stage...
    Professor Kagwanja
    The common denominator among all democracies that have managed to reduce the threat of corruption to minimal levels is...
  • We need a sober leader to secure global order
    Professor Kagwanja
    Globally, Trump's win has pushed back the frontiers of liberal democracy. It has denied America the chance to elect...
  • Will Trump’s isolationism policy enhance peace in Africa?
    Many American presidents from John F. Kennedy to Ronald Reagan to George W. Bush and Barack Obama have used...
  • Africa is suffering a new bout of populism
    Professor Kagwanja
    Although the world's populist fraternity is riding on legitimate economic grievances, cultural intolerance and a pushback against increased immigration,...
  • Why Cuban hero attracted Africa and repelled the North
    Professor Kagwanja
    But Castro was a larger- than-life figure who walked the world stage in the 20th Century like a colossus....
  • Respect for peaceful transfer of power key to Africa’s...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Events in Gambia and Ghana stress the need for a new deal for peaceful transfer of power as a...
  • Stephen Njiru: Tribute to a hero of Kenya’s quiet...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Our main assignment was to provide intellectual support to the government in its efforts to implement the National Accord...
  • Shield Christmas fete from the perils of capitalist market
    Professor Kagwanja
    As in Egypt, in Ethiopia and Eritrea, Christmas is preceded by 40 days of fasting, followed by a church...
  • When populism returned to haunt the global liberal order
    Professor Kagwanja
    Trump's wedge politics based on ethno-nationalism is likely to inject a divisive and violent tinge into Africa's nascent democracies,...
  • Clash of generations shaping outcomes of democratic contests
    Professor Kagwanja
    In Europe and America, the odds are stuck against the young who have suffered disastrous defeats by the older...
  • Uhuru, Ruto unity makes it hard for Nasa to...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Jubilee makes it difficult for Nasa/Raila to play the anti-Kikuyu card (the 41 against one gambit) used in 2007....
  • Obama’s deferred dream a wake-up call for ‘Uhuru generation’
    Professor Kagwanja
    Africa has the youngest population in the world with a median age of 19.5 years, according to United Nations...
  • Unbiased vote tracking will prevent post-election mayhem
    Professor Kagwanja
    One dangerous gambit that should be ditched is the potential misuse of a system of election observation known as...
  • Amina’s election will rest on her own clarity of...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Amina Mohamed is heir to Kenya's historic role fashioning the future of Africa. Projecting its soft power on the...
  • AU election unveils France as West’s leading power in...
    Professor Kagwanja
    France enjoys a historical, cultural and diplomatic sway in 26 Francophone countries out of Africa's 55 nations. Investing in...
  • Inside ODM’s perpetual campaign strategy
    Professor Kagwanja
    As a game-changer and a trident weapon against an enemy, ODM's perpetual campaign strategy has successfully experimented on three...
  • Enhancing effectiveness of humanitarian diplomacy
    Professor Kagwanja
    Kenya's humanitarian diplomacy is anchored on its post-2013 Africa-centred foreign policy, predicated on the ideals of pan-Africanism as encompassed...
  • Rise of ‘post-truth’ global order set to haunt Kenyan...
    Professor Kagwanja
    However, in its most extreme mode, the use of conspiracy theories in post-truth politics is the greatest risk to...
  • Extremism is rising, Africa needs a counter strategy
    Professor Kagwanja
    Certainly, the 21st century is unfolding as an age of extremism. IGAD's regional framework mainly targets al-Shabaab militant group...
  • Africa now needs strong think tanks to enhance soft...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Thinks tanks are increasingly becoming what one author rightly called "masters of the universe". In geopolitical terms, policy institutes...
  • Igad’s new deal for refugees: Let’s begin walking the...
    Professor Kagwanja
    Gunmen from the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Shabaab Islamist group used the humanitarian cover of the Dadaab refugee camps to organise the...
  • Uhuru Kenyatta is revealing an iron fist in a...
    Professor Kagwanja
    As this year's election draws near, President Uhuru Kenyatta has shifted the campaign gear to secure his re-election. It...
  • Jubilee Party should be worried if Nasa breaks up
    Professor Kagwanja
    Undoubtedly, as opposition leaders converge at the Coast in yet another frenetic effort to agree on a single presidential...
  • How capacity deficit is constraining party primaries
    Professor Kagwanja
    In this configuration, it would be perfectly in order – and perhaps cost-effective and logical – for parties to...
  • Rising populism in West a threat to global order:...
    Articles
    The unprecedented rise of populism in large parts of the West poses a grave threat to the multilateral system...
  • China on top in the scramble for Africa (China...
    Articles
    International attention seems like manna from heaven, but China's approach has proved to be the preferred model. Africa has...
  • Ethiopia: China's successful little brother (China Daily - Africa)
    Articles
    China has often expressed its appreciation and admiration for Ethiopia, just as an elder brother would for a younger...
  • Focus on China's role in global economy (China Daily...
    Articles
    Editor's note: The World Economic Forum will be held in Davos, Switzerland, from Jan 17 to 20. The prospects...
  • Lessons on development for Africa (China Daily - Africa)
    Articles
    Continent could draw from its history; both the positives and negatives, just as China did. "Wade across the river...
  • We must explore more avenues to create jobs (China...
    Articles
    African nations can learn from China on how to alleviate the serious unemployment problem. Africa's challenge in creating new...
  • China a global leader in tackling graft (China Daily...
    Articles
    Nations that fail to meet basic anti-corruption goals must face the consequences of their actions. China has been in...
  • Railways in Africa: A balancing act (China Daily -...
    Articles
    It is prudent to ensure that issues are clearly articulated by governments rather than subjecting projects to rumors. Railways...
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