Tag Archives: china in africa

Dambisa Moyo: Right and Wrong About China in Africa

Dambisa Moyo recently wrote an op-ed in the New York Times asserting that the surge in investment by China in Africa has been a positive development for the continent.  A lot of people take issue with Moyo’s oversimplification of highly … Continue reading

Posted in Foreign Policy | Tagged , , , | 4 Comments

Perceptions of China and the United States

A guaranteed way to bait someone into a contentious discussion in Nairobi is to ask for their opinion on the value of China’s activities in Africa and how the massive investment in infrastructure and buildings has and will contribute to … Continue reading

Posted in Development Economics, Foreign Policy | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

The China-Africa Trade Boom

The following is a guest post by Joseph Cox, an MA candidate at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute and managing editor of the The Inductive, a blog about U.S. economic and foreign policy. When polled, Americans always cite foreign aid … Continue reading

Posted in Development Economics, Foreign Policy | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Why China’s Model of Development in Africa is Working

The answer to the title of this post is that China is using the same model of development to develop other countries that it used to develop itself.  And China is a shining example of why its own model works. … Continue reading

Posted in Development Economics, Foreign Policy | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment