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An elderly woman in Sao Paulo, Brazil is inoculated with the Chinese-made Coronavac vaccine against COVID-19. NELSON ALMEIDA / AFP
By Dr. Álvaro Mendez, Co-Director & Senior Associate Fellow, Global South Unit at LSE IDEAS In early 2021, Beijing launched a diplomatic campaign to promote China’s COVID-19 vaccines with the aim of winning friends and cutting deals in the global South. One region specially targeted by Beijing was Latin America, whose ...

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African interests and those of other rule-takers often align more with China than they do with Europe and the US. It is inconvenient, but it is true.

W. Gyude Moore, Senior Policy Fellow at the Center for Global Development, United States

Twice-weekly podcast dedicated to exploring every facet of China's engagement in Africa. Hosted by Eric Olander and Cobus van Staden.
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