China’s massive energy demands are expected to keep growing as its oil fields continue...
by Josh Rudolph | Mar 22, 2013
On the first stop of his first trip abroad as China’s president, Xi Jinping met with Russian president Vladimir Putin today in Moscow. U.S. News reports on the grand welcome that met the Chinese head-of-state, and the...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 25, 2010
The New York Times reports that the junta who took control of Niger after a coup against Mamadou Tandja is picking up where he left off in his relationship with China: The junta has said broadly that it may adjust any deals made...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 16, 2009
The Times has more details about the controversial mining deal recently signed between Guinea’s pariah military regime and Beijing: China is preparing to throw the junta in Guinea a lifeline in the form of a...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 28, 2008
The Guardian reports on the significance of China’s new oil deal with Iraq: The deal could set a precedent for terms that fall far short of the lucrative contracts the oil majors had hoped for as they jostled for access to...
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