Zhōngguó rénmín de lǎo péngyou 中国人民的老朋友 Old Friends of the Chinese People Official parlance for...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 6, 2015
The Washington Post’s Laura Seay discusses China’s presence in Africa with Howard...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 17, 2011
The Economist investigates the China International Fund, a shadowy Hong Kong-based syndicate accused of a range of misdeeds. These include corruption, profiteering with African natural resources while breaking the terms of...
by Xiao Qiang | Dec 21, 2008
From VOA: The United Nations says it has “credible information” that Zimbabwe may have received Chinese weapons by way of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The U.N. Security Council says Boeing aircraft delivered 53...
by Matthias Giessler | Jul 20, 2008
In an opinion piece in the Telegraph, columnist Christopher Booker writes: It may not be surprising that, as befits any mad dictator, President Mugabe is now the proud owner of a palatial £4.5 million mansion in Harare and a...
by Matthias Giessler | Jul 19, 2008
Howard W. French, senior writer for the New York Times, comments on China’s non-interference policy as demonstrated lately in its veto of sanctions on Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe and its opposition to a warrant sought by...
by Matthias Giessler | Jul 17, 2008
New York Times columnist Nicolas Kristof applauds the International Criminal Court’s recent request for an arrest warrant for the President of Sudan, Omar Hassan Al-Bashir, and turns his sights on China: If China continues...
by Matthias Giessler | Jul 15, 2008
For background on this story, please see the previous CDT post, UN May Legalize Ivory Sales from Africa to China. From Reuters: China won the right at a U.N. wildlife meeting on Tuesday to import elephant ivory from Africa under...
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Dec 26, 2006
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Jan 27, 2016
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China looks to Tianjin as beacon for economy - Jason Subler
Sep 25, 2006