Author: Stephen Ndegwa

Dismissal of Prof. Gang’s case exposes the folly of “China Initiative”

Reading Time: 3 minutes Top Chinese scientist and American Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Gang Chen is a free man after […]

China-GCC meeting a sign that the Arab world’s cooperation with the West could be withering

Reading Time: 3 minutes For many decades, the Gulf States and the Arab World have been strange bedfellows. Their relations have been a marriage […]

The world has gone too far, no room for turning back

Reading Time: 3 minutes The 20th century has witnessed a couple of similar defining moments. One was the 1918 Spanish flu that lasted up […]

Dawn of a new era after death of Desmond Tutu

Reading Time: 3 minutes The passing on of Africa’s last freedom fighting icon on December 26, 2021 reverberated both within and outside the continent. […]

China helping to create a world devoid of nuclear war threat

Reading Time: 3 minutes The world has lived under the ‘Sword of Damocles’ from the threat of nuclear war for many decades now. The […]

Chinese President’s advice on the role of media in national development

Reading Time: 3 minutes The critical role played by the media in any country’s economic growth cannot be gainsaid. This is more so at […]

China joint statement sets the record straight on true democracy

Reading Time: 3 minutes Democracy represents an important achievement of humanity in the advancement of political civilisation, and development an eternal pursuit throughout human […]

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 […]