THE ARAB WEEKLY 7 April 2019 by GEOFFREY ARONSON To Washington’s growing dismay, China today, using methods first used by the West itself, has embarked...

FP 3 April 2019 The U.S. national security advisor, who has largely ignored the United Nations, is suddenly concerned that Beijing has too much influence...

RT 27 March 2019 Bejing’s multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) will complement the growth of Africa’s continental free trade,...

THE DIPLOMAT 25 March 2019 by MERCY A. KUO Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons/ Skilla1st Trans-Pacific View author Mercy Kuo regularly engages subject-matter...

FOREIGN POLICY .COM 19 March 2019 by MATT KENNARD AND ISMAIL EINASHE Local fishermen’s boats moor at Berbera port, in the breakaway territory of Somaliland,...

HANDY SHIPPING GUIDE 26 February 2019 As Import Tariff Hike Frozen Major Dispute with China in Africa Simmers                         DJIBOUTI...

NEWS.COM.AU 24 February 2019 by JAMIE SEIDEL Beijing’s not just keen to annex the South China Sea and Taiwan — it has its eyes set on whole other island...

THE NATIONAL INTEREST 29 January 2019 by WILSON VORNDICK America should continue to maintain its key African relationships and interests while China digs...

OUT-LAW.COM 22 January 2019 China and Tunisia signed an agreement on economic and technical cooperation to enhance their cooperation under the belt and road initiative. The head of China’s international development cooperation agency Wang Xiaotao, who was on a two-day visit in Tunisia, signed the agreement with Tunisia’s secretary of state to the minister...

WASHINGTON EXAMINER 21 January 2019 by ERIN DUNNE That China’s economic ambitions are tied to its national interest, including military power, isn’t surprising: That’s been the subtext of the ongoing trade dispute between Washington and Beijing since it began. That doesn’t make it any less troubling to see the link between unfair economic policies and the development...