The End of China’s Non-Intervention Policy in Africa

A China in Africa Podcast

Obert Hodzi, a scholar at Boston University’s African Studies Center and a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki joins Eric and Cobus to discuss his new book, The End of China’s Non-Intervention Policy in Africa, and why he thinks this major Chinese policy shift is happening in Africa faster than in other parts of the world.




With an Influx of Blue Helmets and Cash, China’s Role in African Security Grows More Pervasive

Michael Kovrig
China’s growing engagement with African countries got a publicity boost on September 3 and 4 with the latest Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) summit. The triennial event brought leaders and officials from 53 African countries and the...