Selling Egypt down the river? China supercharges Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam.

Ethiopia is currently in the process of completing the largest infrastructure project in the country’s history, the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. With...

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China and the US: How to Coexist Competitively?

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U.S.-China Public Health Collaboration on Coronavirus

On February 3, during a press briefing, the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Ms. Hua Chunying told the reported that Chinese government has...

Peace and Security in West Africa: US out, China in?

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The U.S. Acts to Protect Human Rights- But at the Expense of Trade?

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The 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates on China: Policy Profiles

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A Bridge Too Far: Unscrambling ‘Ron Vara’

If U.S.-China relations are analogized to building a bridge across the Pacific, a government official falsifying sources or information in academic publications, even if in jest, is like a civil engineer using erroneous math as a practical joke. Failing to correct these errors threatens the stability of the entire project, with potentially catastrophic results.

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