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China May Be Patching Things Up With African Leaders Over What Happened in Guangzhou, But Persuading Everyone Else is Going to be Much More Difficult

While African foreign ministers and other high-ranking officials appear satisfied, at least publicly, with China's explanation for the forced evictions and other apparent maltreatment of African migrants in Guangzhou last week, vast portions of African civil society are not persuaded and feel quite bitter over the indignities ...

China Moves Quickly to Reassure Anxious African Governments that the Crisis in Guangzhou has been Resolved

For the second time in less than a week, Chinese ambassadors in Africa fanned out to foreign ministries across the continent, this time as part of Beijing's effort to reassure foreign ministers in various countries that the situation in Guangzhou has now been resolved and also to ...

After Guangzhou, China-Africa Relations Return to Normal but Big Problems Loom Below the Surface

The squall caused by the eviction and mistreatment of Africans in Guangzhou is dying down, and the China-Africa relationship seems to be heading back to its usual state: glassy calm on the surface with massive currents deep below. The fact that ...