October 28, 2013 9:35 PM
Afghanistan Africa Africa investment Africa relations Africa trade Australia relations BHP Billiton Canada central asia coal copper diplomacy energy energy demand exports foreign investment Ghana gold iron ore logging mes aynak mining oil overseas investment rare earth elements rare metals Rio Tinto sustainable development Tibet water
June 7, 2013 7:21 AM
Xi Jinping’s recent trip to Central Asia marked a watershed moment in China’s pivot to Central Asia, which Alexandros Peterson
Damien Ma and William Adams’ In Line Behind a Billion People explores how scarcity—in terms of not only natural but also economic, social
October 7, 2013 8:46 PM
In the past three months alone, China has spent over US$50 billion on energy and infrastructure projects in Central Asia. The Independent reports:
October 2, 2013 10:34 PM
- What Is China Doing in Africa?
- Why Is China Importing So Much Iron?
- China’s Industrial Growth ‘A Thre...
- From Gold Mine to Land Mine – The Chinese in ...
- Ghana Begins Releasing Detained Gold Miners
- Chinese Mine Threatens Afghan Buddhist Site
- Amid Distrust, China Extends ‘Handshake...
- Arctic Council Approves China as Observer [Up...
- China Gains Influence in Arctic Region
- Has China’s Fracking Revolution Begun?
- China Sets Sights on S. American Resources
- Mongolia: Before the Gold Rush
- Oil and the Beijing-Baghdad Trade Axis
- Myanmar Cracks Down on Protest at China-owned...
- Why America Should Allow China’s Oil In...
- Chinese Farms in Russia Create Mutual Benefit...
- China’s Part in Afghanistan Mining Boom
- Zambia: China’s African Headache