China in Africa
China Defends Role in Africa, Calls U.S. 'Hegemonic'
China said the U.S. should abandon its "tinted glasses" and "hegemonic mindset" toward Beijing's growing economic and military role in Africa.
China Could Become Greatest Threat to U.S.: General
General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said China's rapid military reforms and economic growth threaten U.S. hegemony.
China Opens Military Base in Africa, Close to U.S. Camp
The base is in Djibouti, where the United States has its only permanent military base in Africa.
Business Advice for U.S. Companies in Africa
U.S. companies must focus on the fields where they hold a competitive advantage—like cybersecurity and entertainment—to stay in the game in Africa.
Zimbabwe's 'Disneyland' Set to Proceed, Thanks to China
Zimbabwe's tourism minister says the project will create billions in investment and help the country shed its "bad boy" image in the international community.
Five Facts on Kenya's $4 Billion, Chinese-Built Railway
The railway is such a source of pride for Kenya's president that he's threatened to hang anyone who vandalizes it.
China Is Going to Build Zimbabwe's New Parliament
Beijing pledged $46 million toward the new building outside Harare.
Will Chinese Pandas Ride to Buhari's Budgetary Rescue?
Chinese bonds could be used to help fund Nigeria's record budget.
The New 'Scramble for Africa'
Everyone is looking to get a slice of Africa, except the U.S.
Opinion: Why China is On the March in Africa
The Chinese are sending troops to protect their oil and raw material supplies.