What Sata’s Win in Zambia Means for China

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...

Sinohydro Dam in Sudan Threatens “Another Darfur”

Sinohydro, the world’s largest hydropower firm and former employer of President Hu Jintao, is to undertake the construction of the controversial Kajbar dam for the Sudanese government, one of three due to be built with...

Sinohydro ‘downgraded’ over accident record – Kelly Haggart

From Three Gorges Probe: Sinohydro, the Chinese company set to build a billion-dollar dam on the Salween River in Burma in partnership with the Thai utility EGAT, has been criticized in an annual performance review of state-owned enterprises for unspecified “safety or environmental pollution accidents.” It is the second high-level public rebuke in recent years […]



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