December 2, 2015

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China Africa Research Luncheon 2015

On October 15, 2015, SAIS-CARI hosted DC based China-Africa experts to share their recent research and forthcoming projects. Participants focused on debates, hypotheses, and findings, focusing on overlaps between interests. They represented academic institutions as well as the World Bank, IMF, the Brookings Institution, and former diplomatic missions with policy-relevant experience. The discussion focused on […]

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November 3, 2015

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2015 Fellowship Updates

Thank you to all who submitted applications for the second round of the 2015 SAIS–CARI Fellowship Program. The application period is now closed. Congratulations to the winners of the second round. Meanwhile, our first round fellows are returning after a productive period of field research:  Cheng Cheng and David Arase, Nanjing University American and Chinese Engagement with Ghana’s Power Sector: Different […]

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November 2, 2015

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Will Africa Feed China? Book Launch Discussion

To celebrate the publication of Deborah Brautigam’s new book Will Africa Feed China?, The SAIS China Africa Research Initiative hosted a roundtable discussion on Friday October 29th. Dr. Amadou Sy, Director of the Africa Growth Initiative at the Brookings Institution and Professor Ling Chen, Assistant Professor of International Political Economy joined Dr. Brautigam in discussing the […]

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October 21, 2015

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“Will Africa feed China?” A Discussion with Deborah Brautigam

Moderated by Professor David Lampton, SAIS China Studies Program Discussants: Dr. Amadou Sy, Director of the Africa Growth Initiative at the Brookings Institution Professor Ling Cheng, Assistant Professor of International Political Economy Is China building a new empire in rural Africa? Few development topics are as controversial and emotionally charged as the belief that the […]

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