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19 Feb, 2022 12:33

China’s growth and an African queen (E424)

‘What is China?’ seems to be an important question to ask as we are dragging in the slipstream of an increasingly belligerent American policy toward its biggest rival. It only seems like yesterday that Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne helped in the beginning of a new golden age in Anglo-China relations. How quickly things soured. Paolo Urio, Professor Emeritus at the University of Geneva, has been a China watcher for several decades so who better to help us answer the question.

HRH Queen Diambi of the Bakwa Luntu People of Kasaï in the Democratic Republic of Congo is a philanthropist, businesswoman, and environmentalist as well as a passionate advocate for Africa and its diaspora. She recently toured the UK addressing the Oxford Union and the plastic-free ocean summit in Devon. She joined Sputnik to tell us more about her title, work, and activism.

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