The BRICS countries set out to overcome Western domination and the legacy of the “Washington Consensus.”
The laws of economics dictate that as China becomes rich, world economic growth starts to slow.
Has the time for a new global approach to Africa finally arrived?
Only 18 countries have more than a 1% share of the world’s total GDP.
Brazil, the new host of the World Cup, shares a great deal of values with the United States.
The world’s two largest democracies are engaged in plenty of unnecessary strife.
Bigger GDPs for other countries in Africa are not a zero-sum game.
China and Japan wage a charm offensive to win access to Africa’s resources.
Why factoring human rights and the environment into investment will help China in the long run.