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CNN 19 January 2017 Didier Gondola is professor and chair of the History Department at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis and the author of several books on colonial history, politics, China-Africa, and popular cultures in Africa. The opinions expressed in this commentary...

The Daily Caller 18 January 2017 Donald Trump’s inauguration is just a few days away, but the showdown Trump promised China is already well at hand....

Modern Diplomacy 16 January 2017 Undoubtedly, Africa’s fast economic growth and development, at least during the past decade, has attracted external...

Financial Review 15 January 2017 A woman walks past a billboard featuring an image of an island in South China Sea on display with Chinese words...

DW 11 January 2017 It’s not just about raw materials anymore. China’s expanding influence in Africa poses risks to European interests, but...

Mail and Guardian 11 January 2017 Eating insects is extremely common in a number of African countries, but is frowned upon by many in the West. Insects...

Dispatch Live 10 January 2017 In 10 days, Barack Obama’s eight-year presidency will be over. When the Kenyan-Kansan was elected the first black US president...

Cambridge Network 9 January 2017 Two recent construction cases – one arising from a development of Port facilities (Djibouti v Boreh [2016] EWHC 405 Comm) and the other a hotel and resort development claim (Harlequin v Wilkins Kennedy[2016]EWHC3188 TCC) – have provided the High Court with a further opportunity to warn those readying themselves for trial against...

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 8 January 2017 By the Editorial Board If the new administration of President-elect Donald Trump wishes to save some money in overseas...

The East African 4 January 2017 By Muthoni Wanyeki In Summary Mapping the supposed results announced over time in 2013, a statistically improbable...