Africa
  • Greater Role to Africa and Developing World in the China-Led G20
    2016-11-28 Chen Jian
    As China assumes leadership in the grouping, Beijing wants greater role to Africa and developing world in the G20.When China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi spoke in the Hangzhou Summit in May, he made it clear that Beijing intends to ... [FULL TEXT]
  • China’s Role in African Security Issues
    2016-12-26 Jin Liangxiang
    China has become the second-largest economy in terms of GDP with the largest total trade volume. China has also become a major economic partner of African countries. Accordingly, the talk about and expectation for China to play a bigger rol... [FULL TEXT]
  • Improving the Sino-African Relationship What Beijing Can Do
    2015/12/12 Luke Patey and Zhang Chun
    At the 6th Forum on China–Africa Cooperation last Friday in Johannesburg, a new relationship between the world’s second-largest economy and its fastest rising continent was on display. The forum is the main platform for ... [FULL TEXT]
  • How Africa and China are Joining Forces under Post-2015
    2015/4/2 Zhang Chun and Gao Wei
    Zhang Chun and Gao Wei(Dr Zhang Chun Is the Deputy Director for the Center for West Asian and African Studies, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies;Miss Gao Wei is an MA Candidate at Shanghai Institutes for International Studies.)M... [FULL TEXT]
  • Exploring Africa's independent development
    2015/2/4 Zhang Chun
    The 24th African Union Summit, held from Jan. 30 to 31 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, focused on the path of Africa’s independent development, which is characterized by African states working together to counter various traditional sec... [FULL TEXT]
  • How China-Africa relations are moving to a new level
    2014/5/22 Den Steinbock
    Recently, many investors have been spooked by China’s decelerating growth. In reality, China is developing new foundations for sustained growth, even amid weak global demand , deleveraging, and struggle against corruption.China&am... [FULL TEXT]
  • Towards A Comprehensive and Sustainable Sino-African Relationship
    2014/5/7 Zhang Chun
    Relations between China and Africa can be dated back to the early 15th century when Zheng He(1371–1433), during the Min Dynasty, commanded expeditionary voyages to Southeast Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, and East Africa from ... [FULL TEXT]
  • Rwanda Resonates with China’s Development Path
    2014/4/15 Zhagn Chun
    This article is part of a series examining Rwanda’s progress and challenges in the twenty years since the 1994 genocide. Through the eyes of several experts, This Is Africa examines this legacy to commemorate the 20th anniversary ... [FULL TEXT]
  • 20 Years after Genocide:Rwandan Resonates with Chinese in Development Path
    2014/4/11 Zhang Chun
    After decades of ethnic politics, civil war, and genocide in 1994-1995, Rwanda suddenly turned back to a sustainable development path. Under the leadership of President Paul Kagame, Rwanda now is regarded as a country with relatively low le... [FULL TEXT]
  • China, trade, aid and Africa
    2014/3/11 Zhang Chun
    Luke Patey and Zhang Chun To understand the change in China’s approach, it is important to take into account the fast-changing realities of its relations with Africa. For nearly 50 years, co-operation was largely political, bui... [FULL TEXT]