Sinica celebrates the 500th episode of the China in Africa Podcast
Since 2010, the China in Africa Podcast has brought balanced, wide-ranging conversations about one of the most consequential developments in the global economy and geopolitics to a worldwide audience. Today, in honor of the 500th episode, Kaiser and Jeremy chat with the show’s co-founders, Eric Olander and Cobus van Staden, about its history and the major trends in Sino-African relations that they've seen in a decade of focusing on China's expanding presence in Africa.
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10:43 : Does Africa need aid or trade?
18:21 : Beware binary tropes on China-Africa relations
39:47 : China’s high-risk vaccine diplomacy in Africa
45:03 : How Chinese international development efforts are shifting away from sub-Saharan Africa
Jeremy: I Didn’t Do It for You: How the World Betrayed a Small African Nation, by Michela Wrong.
Cobus: A partner of the China-Africa Project: the Africa-China Reporting Project at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, a source for investigative reporting on China-Africa issues.
Eric: The Twitter feed of Gyude A. Moore, former Minister of Public Works in Liberia, and an article written by Moore in the Mail & Guardian titled A new cold war is coming. Africa should not pick sides.
Kaiser: Avast, ye swabs. Kaiser is studying up on pirate lore. He recommends The Republic of Pirates: Being the True and Surprising Story of the Caribbean Pirates and the Man Who Brought Them Down, by Colin Woodard.