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Fiji's Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka speaks during the High-Level Segment for Heads of State and Government session at the United Nations climate summit in Dubai on December 2, 2023. The COP28 conference opened on December 1 with an early victory as nations agreed to launch a "loss and damage" fund for vulnerable countries devastated by natural disasters. Giuseppe CACACE / AFP
By Innocent Batsani-Ncube When Sitiveni Rabuka was elected Fiji's Prime Minister after a very close parliamentary vote in December 2022,  expectations were high — especially in Australia and other Western capitals — that his government would make good on his election campaign commitment to pivot away from China’s ...

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“For decades, the Paris Club and bondholders understood that comparability of treatment was a principle to be applied holistically. But in Zambia’s case, that understanding fell apart, as China insisted on a rigid rules-based approach that delayed the process.

Douglas A. Rediker, Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, United States

CGSP Journalists

Antonia Timmerman
Southeast Asia Editor
Han Zhen (寒槙)
China Editor
Christopher Edyegu
Africa Editor
Jony Essa
Arabic Editor
Chi Yuan(馳遠)
China Researcher

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Africa

In Foreign Policy, Geraud Neema talks about China-free critical mineral supply chains.

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C. Geraud Neema
Africa Editor
Climate

On Kenya’s KTN News, Njenga Hakeenah discussed African demands to develop climate-resilient infrastructure.

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Njenga Hakeenah
Africa Climate Editor
Diplomacy

Eric Olander spoke with Bloomberg about China’s diplomatic agenda in the Global South.

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Eric Olander
Editor-in-Chief
Mideast

On Israel’s Makan radio, Jony Essa explains China’s response to the Red Sea crisis.

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Jony Essa
Middle East Editor

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