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Chinese Workers Abducted in Sudan’s Darfur

As China’s investment in Sudan’s oil continues, China’s Foreign Ministry says four Chinese workers have been abducted in Sudan’s North Darfur region, according to AP: Monday’s statement says the men are...

China Says South Sudan Oil May Flow

As China and South Sudan work to rebuild the latter’s infrastructure through a $2.5 Billion grant to build new universities, China’s Africa envoy, Zhong Jianhua, says South Sudan’s oil may flow by November. This claim comes...

China, Russia Deepen Ties

China has had a long relationship with Sudan. Amid tensions between Sudan and South Sudan due to the unresolved oil disputes and border demarcation, China and Russia have once again banded together in resisting United Nations...

China’s Sudan Opportunity

While there have been major disputes between Sudan and South Sudan since long before the latter’s formation in July of 2011, China has tried hard to maintain a favorable relationship with both states. China, who has major...

China’s Development Diplomacy

Saferworld’s Thomas Wheeler examines China’s impact on the international aid system and recipient countries, and suggests that a chance exists for greater aid co-operation between China and the West. From The...

China, Sudan Discuss Oil Dispute

With the recent disputes between Sudan and South Sudan, China has expressed concerns about maintaining their investments with Sudan and building new ties with South Sudan. Last week, South Sudan expelled a Chinese oil executive...

South Sudan Expels Chinese Oil Executive

The Chinese executive in charge of South Sudan’s largest foreign oil producer was expelled from the country following a dispute with Sudan. From the AP: China said Thursday it hopes talks will remove any misunderstanding...

China Seeks Help on Kidnapped Workers

Twenty-nine Chinese workers who were kidnapped in Sudan earlier this week have not yet been released, and the Chinese government is considering its options, including appealing for help from South Sudan and possibly the African...

Workers In Sudan Not Yet Freed (Updated)

A Chinese embassy official told state media on Tuesday that all of the 29 abducted Chinese workers in Sudan remain missing, despite reports from Sudanese media on Monday claiming that 14 of the workers had been freed. From The...

29 Chinese Workers Captured in Sudan (Updated)

Sudanese rebels claimed on Sunday that they abducted 29 Chinese road workers after a battle between the rebels and the Sudanese army, though the army claims the rebels attacked the workers’ compound. From Reuters: The army...

Chinese Foreign Minister Visits Sudans

Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi is visiting both Sudan and the newly independent South Sudan, marking the first high-level visit from Beijing since the latter’s secession last month. From the BBC: China has been a...

China Recognizes Independence of South Sudan

China has formally recognized the world’s newest nation, South Sudan. From Xinhua: In a message sent to his South Sudanese counterpart Deng Alor Kuol, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said China would recognize South...

China Rolls Out Red Carpet for Sudan President

Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir met with President Hu Jintao in Beijing Wednesday morning, after delaying a previously-scheduled meeting. From Reuters: Al-Bashir was greeted by President Hu Jintao at the Great Hall of the...

China Criticized for Inviting Sudan Leader

Chinese leaders have invited President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan for meetings in Beijing. Al-Bashir is wanted by the International Criminla Court on charges of genocide and war crimes. AFP reports: China’s foreign ministry...

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