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Keith B. Richburg

Keith B. Richburg

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American students have soured on China. That’s bad for the U.S.

As fewer American students study in China, the U.S. will suffer a shortage of China experts. A student from Fuzhou University, right, speaks...

22.05.2024 20

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Keith B. Richburg

Trade pact would be a bonanza for Africa — if it can be made to work

14.05.2024 40

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Keith B. Richburg

‘Freedom but no jobs’ — South Africans rethink Mandela’s legacy

Nelson Mandela Square at Sandton City in Johannesburg. (Gulshan Khan for The Washington Post) Listen 6 min Share ...

23.04.2024 10

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To decipher South Africa’s strange foreign policy, look to its past

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and Russian President Vladimir Putin in St. Petersburg in June 2023. (Evgeny Biyatov/AP) Listen...

15.04.2024 10

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Is Kenya poised for a takeoff? Maybe, if it can rein in the graft.

Hawkers navigate the traffic along Aerodrome Road in Nairobi in September 2023. (Sarah Waiswa for The Washington Post) Listen 5 min ...

09.04.2024 20

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A decent future for Myanmar is within reach — if the U.S. acts now

A damaged Buddha statue in Nam Hpat Kar, Kutkai township, in Myanmar's northern Shan state on Feb. 4. (Str/AFP via Getty Images) Listen...

23.02.2024 30

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Southeast Asian dynasties are rising again. That’s troubling news.

Indonesian presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto, right, with vice-presidential candidate Gibran Rakabuming Raka in Jakarta Nov. 14. (Adek...

29.11.2023 5

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Is Xi Jinping all-powerful or weak? Depends on whom you ask.

Chinese President Xi Jinping, center left, and Premier Li Qiang, center right, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. (Andy Wong/AP) ...

02.10.2023 10

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Keith B. Richburg

India would not be the first country to change its name

A giant screen displays India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G-20 summit in New Delhi on Sept. 9. (Anushree Fadnavis/Reuters) ...

16.09.2023 10

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