Author: Stephen Ndegwa

China’s democracy blueprint against the folly of U.S. democratic claims

Reading Time: 3 minutes There has been an assumption for many years that democracy is a Western concept. The West has pushed the narrative […]

Covid-19 ought not stop conversation on Aids

Reading Time: 2 minutes Today is World Aids Day 2020. While the day has been marked for about two decades now, this year, the […]

White paper documents the Sino-Africa experience

Reading Time: 4 minutes The growing relations between China and Africa cannot be gainsaid. The unprecedented success of this partnership in a span of […]

Africa can get invaluable lessons from China on industrialisation

Reading Time: 3 minutes Due to its myriad economic challenges, it is tempting to write off Africa as an emerging or industrial giant. Africa […]

Why violence against women is a shadow pandemic

Reading Time: 3 minutes Although women and girls have perennially been a vulnerable gender, Covid-19 has exposed them even more, with statistics showing a […]

The fourth CIIE reveals China’s global economy credentials

Reading Time: 3 minutes The 4th China International Import Expo (CIIE) has just ended in Shanghai, China having been held from November 5 to […]

China’s footprint in the fight against climate change

Reading Time: 3 minutes The COVID-19 pandemic has diverted the world’s attention from the previous focus on environmental destruction. In addition, a lot of […]

UN needs a new creed to solve credibility crisis

Reading Time: 3 minutes Disclosures published in September indicate that several staff of WHO had engaged in sexual abuse and exploitation during their tour […]