China's Expanding Role in Africa: Implications for the United States
The Freeman Chair in China Studies at CSIS presented its report, "China's Expanding Role in Africa: Implications for the United States."
Opening remarks were made by James Swan, deputy assistant secretary of African affairs and the U.S. Department of State.
Bates Gill: Freeman Chair in China Studies, Center for Strategic and International Studies
J. Stephen Morrison: Director, Africa Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Commentary on the Report Findings:
Counselor & Senior Specialist on Africa
Policy Analysis Section
Delegation members in attendance:
Akwe Amosu, Senior Policy Analyst, Open Society Institute
Mark Bellamy, Senior Vice President, National Defense University
Chin Hao Huang, Research Assistant, CSIS
Pearl Robinson, President of the African Studies Association, Tufts University