The CCS Weekly Briefing tracks China- and China-Africa related news with special focus on Chinese trade and investment activity on the African continent. It is sent to subscribers (free of charge) every Friday. It usuallycontains five news items, of which three should be China-Africa related and two concern China’s role in the world.
African East-Asian Affairs | The China Monitor is a leading publication on China-Africa relations, available on a monthly basis. It contains research articles on China or China-Africa related topics. The AEAA | China Monitor is meant to serve as an academic exchange platform for scholars from African states, China, and other countries. The publication also includes an overview over important monthly activities by the CCS, as well as key commentaries prepared by CCS personnel over the month before.
The Centre produces a loose series of Discussion Papers which provide insights into ongoing research, including that of partners or visiting scholars. CCS discussion papers should contribute to the academic debate on China’s global rise and the consequences thereof for African development. Discussion papers should be seen as work in progress, exposed to (and ideally stimulating) policy-relevant discussion based on academic standards.
The Centre publishes regular CCS Commentary pieces on the website regarding topical events China- Africa events. These commentaries can be freely used by the media or other members of the interested public if duly referenced to the author(s) and the CCS.