China and Rwanda Sign $60million Grant, Agree 6million $6 million Debt Cancellation.

By Lavie Mutanganshuro, Kigali. The Government of Rwanda and the People’s Republic of China on February 19 signed an economic and technical cooperation agreement for a grant worth RMB Yuan 400 million (approximately U$ 60 million). At the same ceremony, Read More …

Africa’s friendship for China goes beyond economic and development cooperation.

By Azhar Azam The Africa-China cooperation is described as a relationship between two partners in which Africa wants to gain from China’s development model and circumvent western pressure, to make political and economic reforms such as infamous structural adjustment, through Read More …

Covid vaccines: Russia, China, India…Who is supplying Africa?

By Marie Toulemonde, The Africa Report.  Covid vaccination campaigns have kicked off across the globe. But while many developed countries are busy inoculating their populations, the continent is grappling with growing bilateral agreements with foreign laboratories and mobilising its health Read More …

Belgium earmarks 4 million Euro on Coronavirus vaccines for Developing Countries.

    Belgium has announced four million euro (about 17,843,735,168.00 Ugx) for COVAX program. COVAX is a global initiative that brings together governments and pharmaceutical companies with aim of ensuring that Covid-19 vaccines are available and accessible to all those Read More …

China has promised millions of coronavirus vaccines to countries globally. And it is ready to deliver them.

By David Culver and Nectar Gan. Inside a gray warehouse at the Shenzhen International Airport in southern China, a row of white chambers sits in a cordoned-off corner, each fitted with a display screen showing the customised temperature inside. A Read More …

Biden Can Redefine U.S-China Policy; But he Must Avoid Doubling Down Trump’s Predominance in Asia.

Analysis by Allawi Ssemanda and Aziz Kalisa. Vice President Joe Biden talks with Chinese Vice President Xi and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger during a luncheon at the State Department, in Washington, DC, February 14, 2012. Curtesy Photo. For Read More …

Chinese peacekeepers Boast South Sudan’s police with supplies to fight COVID-19.

Central Equatoria, South Sudan The Chinese peacekeepers have donated supplies to help South Sudan’s Central Equatoria regional police to contain COVID-19. According to information posted on Chinese embassy in South Sudan, Chinese UN police (UNPOL) serving in the United Nations Read More …

Global Governance: Erdogan Is Creating a New World Order in Which Turkey Is Rising Star

By Ssemanda Allawi, Marvin Saasi and Emmanuel Mukiibi Anyone is hoping for a turnabout in International Policy that would bend Erdogan’s will has received his loud and clear message: Turkey will be everywhere and nobody will stop it. Turkey’s move Read More …

Seven Years of China’s Belt and Road Initiative: How are Developing Countries Benefiting?

By Ssemanda Allawi. In 2013 – seven years ago, Chinese president Xi Jinping gave a set of speeches where he announced the proposal of the now famous Belt Road Initiative (BRI). Xi delivered the first speech about BRI during his Read More …