An expert on the Horn of Africa, Dr. David Shinn speaks at events around the world. He is the coauthor of “China and Africa: A Century of Engagement,” the “Historical Dictionary of Ethiopia,” and has authored numerous articles and book chapters. His research interests include China-Africa relations, East Africa and the Horn, terrorism, Islamic fundamentalism, conflict situations, U.S. policy in Africa, and the African brain drain.

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Author Archive | David Shinn

China in Africa: Environmental Implications and the Law

10.25.15
  • China, Africa and Food Security

    07.09.15
  • Somalia, Al-Shabaab, the Region and U.S. Policy

    04.19.15
  • The Environmental Impact of China’s Investment in Africa

    04.08.15
  • UN Security Council Monitoring Group Report on Eritrea

    11.16.14
  • Ethiopia and China: When Two Former Empires Connected

    06.11.14
  • A Look at Muslim-Christian Relations in Ethiopia

    01.21.14
  • China Confronts Terrorism in Africa

    11.30.13
  • Paths to Achieve Peace and Security in Africa

    10.28.13
  • Somalia: Origin, Development and Future of AMISOM

    10.20.13
  • Massive Health Care Needs in Africa

    11.30.12
  • China’s Deft Sudan Diplomacy

    09.28.12
  • Emerging Powers expand ties with Africa

    09.17.12
  • Eritrea, Arms Embargo and Regional Relations

    08.17.12
  • China’s Involvement in Mozambique

    08.02.12
  • China, Africa and Implications for the United States

    07.14.12
  • Somalia: U.S. Dual Track Policy

    05.18.12
  • International Efforts to Counter Al-Shabaab

    02.21.12
  • Al-Shabaab and Somalia in the 21st Century

    01.25.12
  • The U.S. Reassesses the China-Africa Relationship

    01.18.12
  • U.S. Policy towards the Horn of Africa

    10.13.11
  • A Proposed U.S. Regional Strategy Towards the Horn of Africa

    08.30.11
  • Emerging Powers in Africa

    07.12.11
  • The Impact of China’s Growing Influence in Africa

    07.12.11