Mauro De Lorenzo

Mauro De Lorenzo is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He conducted research in Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and DR Congo for a number of years between 1998 and 2004, and revisited Kigali and Bujumbura in February 2007. He recently attended the second Africa-China-U.S. Trilateral Dialogue in Beijing, a joint effort of the Brenthurst Foundation, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

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Articles by Mauro De Lorenzo

African Perspectives on China

Nearly a year after the China-Africa Summit in Beijing, African perspectives on China are emerging more clearly. At the summit—which was really an extended series of bilateral encounters rather than

African Perspectives on China

Nearly a year after the China-Africa Summit in Beijing, African perspectives on China are emerging more clearly. At the summit—which was really an extended series of bilateral encounters rather than

China and Africa: A New Scramble?

While the question of China’s growing role in Africa has attracted wide attention over the past year, the intensity of the debate has not always been proportional to the actual

China and Africa: A New Scramble?

While the question of China’s growing role in Africa has attracted wide attention over the past year, the intensity of the debate has not always been proportional to the actual