Many gardeners think that cooler weather means an end to gardening, but our roundtable of urban farmers offers tips for maintaining your garden throughout the fall months and preparing it for spring.
African economies are growing at rates unseen in decades, bolstered by surging Chinese demand for oil, metals and other commodities. As China continues to deepen its economic and political ties across the continent, we look at the implications for aid, trade and human rights.
- Callisto Madavo Visiting Professor, African Studies Program, Georgetown University; former Regional Vice President for Africa, World Bank
- Todd Moss Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development
- Joshua Kurlantzick Visiting scholar, China Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
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