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While the CCP is Viewed With Skepticism in the U.S. and EU, That’s Definitely Not the Case in Parts of Africa

Although China’s ties with African civil society stakeholders have frayed considerably in recent months due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, debt-related issues and, most notably, the lasting bitter taste over what happened in Guangzhou, Beijing’s relations with Africa’s governing class at both the state and ruling-party levels remain very strong.

Read the full interview with Raphael Tuju, head of Kenya’s ruling Jubilee party and his admiration for the CCP on the Daily Nation website.

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