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Ethiopian National Defence Forces (ENDF) soldiers shout slogans after finishing their training Dabat, northeast of the city of Gondar, Ethiopia, on September 14, 2021. Amanuel Sileshi / AFP
Ethiopia is giving us a glimpse of a set of dynamics that could come to shape African life in complicated ways. Last week, the Biden administration announced new sanctions aimed at reducing violence in the Tigray region, where conflict between the forces of President Abiy Ahmed and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) have ...

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After four decades of exceptional economic growth, China has become one of the largest sources for global development finance. However, Chinese overseas development finance projects have significant potential to impact biodiversity and Indigenous peoples’ lands, posing risks to the sustainability and equity of the projects. If Chinese financial institutions can align their finance with social and environmental sustainability goals, the world will stand a better chance of building a sustainable future.”

Rebecca Ray, Senior Researcher, Boston University Global Development Policy Center, 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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China Research Fellow
Jerusalem Institute for Strategy & Security
Senior Partnerships Officer, South-South and Triangular Cooperation Unit
International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)