Joshua Eisenman

Joshua Eisenman is assistant professor at the University of Texas at Austin and senior fellow for China studies at the American Foreign Policy Council.
Joshua Eisenman
Joshua Eisenman is assistant professor at the University of Texas at Austin and senior fellow for China studies at the American Foreign Policy Council.

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Opinion | China has nothing to fear from America’s Africa strategy, as it’s largely bluster

The bold proclamation of US intent to help African countries resist China’s ‘predatory practices’ carries little weight, given that the Trump administration has failed to allocate sufficient resources for it to succeed.

28 Jan 2019 - 7:00AM

The bold proclamation of US intent to help African countries resist China’s ‘predatory practices’ carries little weight, given that the Trump administration has failed to allocate sufficient resources for it to succeed.

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