15 episodes

A podcast exploring the growing economic, political and social relationships between China and the Caribbean. Hosted by Rasheed Griffith.

China in the Caribbea‪n‬ Rasheed J. Griffith

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A podcast exploring the growing economic, political and social relationships between China and the Caribbean. Hosted by Rasheed Griffith.

    Ambassador Jackman on Caribbean Diplomacy with China

    Ambassador Jackman on Caribbean Diplomacy with China

    In this episode I am joined by Barbados's Ambassador to the People's Republic of China, His Excellency Ambassador Francois Jackman. We discussed several major foreign policy and geopolitical themes centred on the Caribbean's diplomatic posture towards...

    • 50 min
    We're All In The Caribbean with Tyler Cowen

    We're All In The Caribbean with Tyler Cowen

    I'm now an Emergent Ventures Fellow! I've received a generous grant from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. The grant will be used to develop this podcast and create more China-Caribbean relations content (newsletter coming soon)! This is...

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Does Washington D.C. Think About the Caribbean?

    Does Washington D.C. Think About the Caribbean?

    This episode features Wazim Mowla, a Program Assistant at the Atlantic Council Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center Caribbean Initiative. Previously he worked at the Embassy of Guyana and the Embassy of Antigua and Barbuda in Washington DC. Wazim on...

    • 37 min
    Sino-Venezuelan Relations with Parsifal D’Sola

    Sino-Venezuelan Relations with Parsifal D’Sola

    This episode features Parsifal D’Sola, a Chinese Foreign Policy analyst focused on Sino-Venezuelan relations. He is also the Founder and CEO of the Andrés Bello Foundation – China Latin American Research Center based in Bogota, Colombia.Parsifal of...

    • 33 min
    Black Panthers to Higher Brothers: Blackness and Anti-Blackness in China

    Black Panthers to Higher Brothers: Blackness and Anti-Blackness in China

    Why did the Black Panthers get offered asylum in China?  Why did W.E.B Du Bois change his mind about Mao? In this episode I am speaking with Dr. Keisha Brown about Sino-Black Relations. Dr. Brown is an Assistant Professor at Tennessee State University....

    • 42 min
    China's Security Engagement in the Caribbean

    China's Security Engagement in the Caribbean

    In this episode I will be talking with Dr. Evan Ellis on the view from the U.S of China's security engagement with the Caribbean. We discussed China's role in UN Peacekeeping missions to Haiti; the commercial and strategic potential of China building a...

    • 1 hr 6 min

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