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Countering China on the Continent: A Look at African Views
Afrobarometer data reveals Africans who feel positively about Chinese influence are more likely to hold positive views of U.S. influence
Les Sénégalais jugent positive l’influence économique et politique de la Chine et des Etats-Unis et pointent du doigt celle de la France
AD433: Beyond borders? Africans prefer self-reliant development but remain skeptical of free trade and open borders
Beyond borders? Africans prefer self-reliant development but remain skeptical of free trade and open borders
How popular is China in Africa? New survey sheds light on what ordinary people think
As published in The Conversation Africa.
US foreign policy toward Africa: An African citizen perspective
As featured on the Brookings 'Africa In Focus' series
US/Africa policy must have voices of ordinary people from across the continent
As featured in the Africa Report
Afrobarometer #VoicesAfrica China-Africa engagement webinar presentation
Specialists in Africa-China studies discuss Afrobarometer citizen perceptions in African countries.
AD369: La Côte d’Ivoire est-elle surendettée auprès de la Chine? Les avis des citoyens sont divisés
La Côte d'Ivoire est-elle surendettée auprès de la Chine? Les avis des citoyens sont divisés
‘Updata-ing’ the narrative about African migration
A Mo Ibrahim Foundation Joint Research Paper
AD307: Young and educated Ugandans are most likely to consider emigration
Young and educated citizens are most likely to consider emigration.