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Chinese Provinces as Foreign Policy Actors in Africa

"China's engagement in Africa is becoming increasingly multilayered, as provinces are stepping up efforts to expand their presence in Africa. This paper provides a general picture of how Chinese provinces feature in the overall Chinese foreign polic…

Chinese Migration in Africa

"With all the scholarly and media interest in the China/Africa relationship of late, it is somewhat surprising that so little has been written about Chinese migrants in Africa. What little is published in media reports often presents the Chinese in …

China in the African Solar Energy Sector

"Access to reliable and affordable electricity is critical for poverty alleviation and the improvement of livelihoods, including in the areas of education, health, and industrial development in Africa. However, a combination of factors, such as cli…

China's BRI and the AfCFTA: Potential Overlaps, Complementarities and Challenges

African countries have an opportunity to embark on more interconnected trade in the wake of the new African Continental Free Trade Area. This theme of interconnectivity resonates with China’s Belt and Road Initiative, a massive infrastructure and se…

China-powered ICT Infrastructure: Lessons from Tanzania and Cambodia

China has become one of the most important funders of information and communications technology (ICT) networks across the Global South, and Chinese contractors are deeply involved at all levels of ICT and mobile telecom provision. Much of the resear…

China-driven Port Development: Lessons from Kenya and Malaysia

Access to ports underlie many countries’ plans to expand trade. Over the past two decades, China has emerged as a major funder and builder of ports. This appeals to governments in the Global South, while also serving Beijing’s focus on connectivity …

China faced with the Proliferation of the Terrorist Phenomenon in Africa

"The expansion of the terrorist phenomenon in Africa puts China in a dilemma: to remain true to its non-interference policy in the internal affairs of other States, even if Chinese citizens and interests are threatened or; adopt a more interventio…

Turning Crisis into Opportunity? Agricultural Exports to China during the Trade War

Early literature on the US–China trade war postulated that the scenario would result in an unprecedented economic opportunity for Africa, as it would force China to further diversify its agricultural import partners. African countries, already econo…

La Diplomatie des Forums de la Chine en Afrique: Le “Focac” 2021 Apportera-Il des Surprises? / China's Diplomacy Forum in Africa: Will "FOCAC" 2021 bring Surprises?

After a little more than two decades of triennial summits, and in a worrying global context, highlighted by the Covid-19 pandemic, the deterioration of the economic situation, the acceleration of vaccination campaigns, the decline in funding for inf…

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