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Hannah Ryder on China’s Interests in Africa


To call China a colonial power is to diminish the true horrors that were faced by colonized communities. But that does not mean that African countries can be complacent as Chinese actors continue to deepen their economic engagement with the continent. PS editors speak with Hannah Ryder, a former head of policy and partnerships for UNDP in China, about China in Africa.

Read Hannah Ryder's commentary, The China Factor in Kenya and Zimbabwe.;
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    Adapting to a Fast-Forward World

    Mohamed A. El-Erian

    The world is going through a period of accelerating change, as four secular developments illustrate. Firms and governments must make timely adjustments, not only to their business models and operational approaches, but also to both their tactical and strategic mindsets.


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