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Twice-weekly discussion about China's engagement across Africa and the Global South hosted by journalist Eric Olander and Asia-Africa scholar Cobus van Staden in Johannesburg.

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Twice-weekly discussion about China's engagement across Africa and the Global South hosted by journalist Eric Olander and Asia-Africa scholar Cobus van Staden in Johannesburg.

    Welcome to the New Era of China-Africa Relations

    Welcome to the New Era of China-Africa Relations

    As China curtails infrastructure finance in Africa, what's next for Beijing's engagement on the continent?

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Tanzania Resumes Talks With China Over the Bagamoyo Port Deal. But Is It Too Late?

    Tanzania Resumes Talks With China Over the Bagamoyo Port Deal. But Is It Too Late?

    Tanzania and China have resumed talks over the controversial Bagamoyo port expansion deal. But in the COVID-era, does major another port in East Africa really make sense?

    • 48 min
    When It Comes to China, Africa and Central Asia Have Quite a Bit in Common

    When It Comes to China, Africa and Central Asia Have Quite a Bit in Common

    What lessons can be applied to Africa from China's engagement in Central Asia.

    • 54 min
    The Diplomat's Shannon Tiezzi on China and the Global South

    The Diplomat's Shannon Tiezzi on China and the Global South

    Shannon Tiezzi, editor in chief of The Diplomat, shares her views on current trends in Chinese international relations.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    DRC Wants to Renegotiate Chinese Mining Deals. It Won't Be Easy.

    DRC Wants to Renegotiate Chinese Mining Deals. It Won't Be Easy.

    The DR Congo moves to re-negotiate Chinese mining contracts.

    • 58 min
    An Update on Chinese Lending in Africa (It's Not Good News)

    An Update on Chinese Lending in Africa (It's Not Good News)

    China's losing interest in financing risky infrastructure projects in developing countries. What does this mean for Africa?

    • 1 hr 9 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
141 Ratings

141 Ratings

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One belt, one road was a vision to take over the world but is done.

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