The implications of Zambia’s election of Michael Sata, a fierce critic of Chinese involvement in the country, continue to attract analysis. At The Atlantic, Howard French examines the widespread interpretation of the...
by Matthias Giessler | Jul 10, 2008
The World Bank today released a 100-page report (PDF) that outlines the many desperately needed infrastructure projects (hydropower, railways, ports, dams, highways, etc.) China is funding in poor countries throughout Africa....
by Kate Zhao | Jun 4, 2007
From People’s Daily: The Import and Export Bank of China, known as Exim Bank, announced on Monday that its board of directors has given the bank a “go-ahead” to issue Renminbi bonds on the Hong Kong market. This makes Exim Bank the third bank in less than two months to consider issuing Renminbi bonds in […]
CDT in the News
- VOA – China Media Directives Reveal Granular Detail of State Censorship
- The Jamestown Foundation – Early Warning Brief: Factional Strife Intensifies as Xi Strives to Consolidate Power
- Politico – China’s crypto ban fuels new U.S. wedge issue
- RFA – Meng Wanzhou Arrest, Return Used as Patriotic Talking Point in Chinese Schools
- Colombo Gazette – Digital autocracy in China: An appraisal