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IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva and World Bank group president David Malpass have offered debt relief to developing countries.

Why African countries are reluctant to take up COVID-19 debt relief

African countries should tread carefully over the debt relief offered by multilateral institutions and other lenders. It could prove very costly in the medium to long term.
Traders sell food at a busy market in Kampala, Uganda on March 26, 2020. COVID-19 could devastate impoverished communities in Africa and contribute to a second wave of the global pandemic, which is why Canada must not adopt a ‘Canada First’ response. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)

Canada must act globally in response to the coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic demands that Canada and other rich countries do all they can to slow the global spread of the virus — for the health security of people around the world, and for Canadians too.
Australians have more confidence in Chinese President Xi Jinping than US President Donald Trump. Roman Pilipey/AAP

Australians’ feelings sour towards China: Lowy poll

Relentless coverage of China's political system, allegations of interference in Australia's politics, and its poor relations with neighbours have led to Australian attitudes towards China.
Morrison will walk a thin line between Australia’s major ally and its largest trading partner in a Wednesday address on the economic dynamics of the Indo-Pacific region. Richard Wainwright/AAP

Morrison warns of widespread pain if US-China trade tensions are not contained

In a major speech ahead of the G20, Prime Minister Scott Morrison commits to further enhancing Australia's relationship with China while maintaining its allyship with the United States.
South Africa’s International Relations and Cooperation minister, Lindiwe Sisulu (second left) with ministers from Brazil and India. DIRCO

Foreign policy priorities South Africa should pursue

Three urgent issues at the interplay of foreign and domestic affairs will be of strategic long-term importance to South Africa and Africa.

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