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Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison stands next to the Australian and Singaporean flags as he conducts a virtual diplomatic summit with Singapore's leader at Parliament House in Canberra on March 23, 2020 MICK TSIKAS / POOL / AFP
The Guardian this week published a fascinating analysis of how the increasing diplomatic tensions between China and Australia could impact Africa. There are fears that recent Chinese crackdowns on Australian wine, barley, coal, and other commodities could be visited on the country’s exports of iron ore. Australia provides 60% of ...

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“When passionate people leave the media, it ends up being [public relations], mostly Chinese companies implementing their ideas and pushing us to be like them. There’s nothing wrong with being like China, but many of us prefer to be like Ethiopia. We might take different ideas from here and there, but we are passionate. I mean we are born here.”

Samuel Getachew, Addis Ababa-based journalist for The Reporter newspaper, Ethiopia

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Assistant Professor
Dartmouth College
Director of the Centre for Africa-China Studies
University of Johannesburg
Resident Scholar & Deputy Director
Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy
Researcher
The Centre for Complex Systems in Transition at Stellenbosch University