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Tomorrow, the whole world’s eyes will be on the inauguration of Joe Biden. Stepping into a moment of unprecedented domestic crisis, he will probably have relatively little bandwidth for Africa. Indications are that the Biden administration plans to steer away from the Trump era’s unilateralism. While the incoming Assistant Secretary of ...

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“It is now up to the Kenyan side to present their case to the Chinese creditors and find mutually agreeable and sustainable debt servicing arrangement. The economic viability of Kenya is a matter of interest to China, which now ranks as Kenya’s largest trade partner, development projects financier and constructor.

As a key cog in the Belt and Road Initiative implementation, Kenya’s economic relations with China is widely scrutinized and has been the basis of unsubstantiated narratives regarding China’s debt-trap diplomacy in the continent.”

Adhere Cavince, Columnist for Capital FM Kenya and Researcher at Central China Normal University, Kenya

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