Yun Sun Senior Associate with the East Asia Program, Henry L. Stimson Center
Oct 25 , 2017
Many people find China’s secrecy regarding foreign aid perplexing. To understand Chinese foreign aid policy requires understanding of the complex goals China tries to achieve with aid and of the complex intended, or unintended, effects after aid is distributed. Foreign aid has always been a thorny issue between the Chinese general public and the government, because of the clash between China’s identity as a developing country and its desire for international recognition.
Oct 16 , 2017
China's foreign aid apparatus has long been shrouded in mystery. But this week, a trove of data released by the College of William and Mary's AidData brought a
Nov 19 , 2014
China and the U.S. could set an example for international cooperation in fighting epidemics and call on developed and developing countries alike to cooperate in combating Ebola so as to avoid panic in Africa and the world at large.
Robert I. Rotberg Founding Director of Program on Intrastate Conflict, Harvard Kennedy School
Nov 13 , 2014
China has now joined the United States and Britain in a long overdue effort to help reduce Ebola fatalities in West Africa. Together with Western efforts and funds, China may help end today’s scourge of Ebola, writes Robert Rotberg.