With the COVID-19 pandemic still raging, the debt crisis unresolved, and preparations underway for the triennial China-Africa leaders’ summit now underway, 2021 is shaping up to be another pivotal year in China-Africa relations. In this special edition, analysts and scholars from China, the U.S., and several African countries share their perspectives on how they think these critical issues are going to play out in the months ahead.
This week’s show features analysis from the following experts:
- Zhou Zixiang, Policy & Advocacy Associate at Bridge Consulting in Beijing | @BridgeBeijing
- Gyude Moore, Senior Policy Fellow at the Center for Global Development in Washington, D.C. | @gyude_moore
- Kaiser Kuo, Host of the Sinica Podcast | @KaiserKuo
- Judd Devermont, Africa Program Director at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C. | @JDevermont
- Rasheed Griffith, Host of the China in the Caribbean Podcast | @rasheedguo
- Andrea Ghiselli, Assistant Professor of International Relations at Fudan University in Shanghai | @AGhiselliChina
- Hangwei Li, China-Africa Scholar at the University of London | @Hangwei_Li
- Ovigwe Eguegu, Lagos-based Policy Analyst at Development Reimagined | @OvigweEguegu
- The Diplomat: FOCAC Turns 20: Deborah Brautigam on China-Africa Relations by Shannon Tiezzi
- The Diplomat: China’s Multifaceted COVID-19 Diplomacy Across Africa by R. Maxwell Bone & Ferdinando Cinotto
- Global Times: China’s diplomacy in 2021 positive but challenging: experts by Xu Keyue and Cui Fandi
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