REUTERS 14 November 2018 by PATRICIA ZENGERLE WASHINGTON, Nov 13 (Reuters) – Two prominent U.S. senators expressed alarm on Tuesday about the military and political consequences if China gains control of a port terminal in Djibouti, and said they were concerned it could further boost Beijing’s influence in East Africa. In a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo...

THE NATIONAL INTEREST 12 November 2018 by LYLE K GOLDSTEIN If China’s perception of Africa could be a bit too rosy, the American viewpoint is likely...

THE NIGERIAN VOICE 12 November 2018 by KEN CHENDO & OSELOKO H OBAZE China is out to conquer the world, and many countries have unwittingly fallen...

DAILY NATION 5 November 2018 by  ALLAN OLINGO The Addis Ababa- Djibouti freight train. The loan for the project which was meant to be paid over 10 years,...

EUREPORTER 31 October 2018 by COLIN STEVENS With China pouring ever more cash into European infrastructure, time is of the essence for the EU to finalize...

THE STRAIT TIMES 31 October 2018 by LIM YAN LIANG Singapore Press Holdings chief executive officer Ng Yat Chung delivering a speech at the Belt and Road...

EURASIA REVIEW 30 October 2018 by SUBRATA MAJUMDER China’s new Silk Road OBOR (One Road One Belt) project China’s Belt and Road Initiative is...

MAIL AND GUARDIAN 24 October 2018 by MICHAEL KOVRIG China’s growing engagement with African countries got a publicity boost on 3-4 September with the...

THIS DAY 16 October 2018 East African countries are now spending almost eight per cent of their revenues to service $29.42 billion loans borrowed in...

THE ASEAN POST 16 October 2018 This photograph shows a sign, including Chinese characters, erected on the land where the Jakarta-Bandung high-speed rail...