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China into Africa : trade, aid, and influence

Author: Robert I Rotberg
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, ©2008.
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"Discusses the evolving symbiosis between Africa and China and specifies its likely implications. Among the specific topics tackled here are China's interest in African oil, military and security relations, the influx and goals of Chinese aid to sub-Saharan Africa, human rights issues, and China's overall strategy in the region"--Provided by publisher.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert I Rotberg
ISBN: 9780815775614 081577561X
OCLC Number: 231581609
Description: ix, 339 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm.
Contents: China's quest for resources, opportunities, and influence in Africa / Robert I. Rotberg --
China's new policy toward Africa / Li Anshan --
China's emerging strategic partnerships in Africa / Wenran Jiang --
Africa and China : engaging postcolonial interdependencies / Stephanie Rupp --
Chinese-African trade and investment : the vanguard of South-South commerce in the twenty-first century / Harry G. Broadman --
Searching for oil : China's oil strategies in Africa / Henry Lee and Dan Shalmon --
Special economic zones : China's developmental model comes to Africa / Martyn J. Davies --
Military and security relations : China, Africa, and the rest of the world / David H. Shinn --
Chinese foreign aid in Africa : what do we know? / Deborah Brautigam --
Chinese concessional loans / Paul Hubbard --
China's political outreach to Africa / Joshua Eisenman --
China's role in human rights abuses in Africa : clarifying issues of culpability / Stephen Brown and Chandra Lekha Sriram --
"Peaceful rise" and human rights : China's expanding relations with Nigeria / Ndubisi Obiorah, Darren Kew, and Yusuf Tanko --
China's renewed partnership with Africa : implications for the United States / Chin-Hao Huang.
Responsibility: Robert I. Rotberg, editor.
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Africa has long attracted China. We can date their first certain involvement from the fourteenth century, but East African city-states may have been trading with southern China even earlier. This  Read more...

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"Rotberg, a versatile and prolific scholar, has edited another useful volume on the burgeoning literature on China-Africa relations... The scope, quality, and selective uniqueness of its contents Read more...

 
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In this book, Robert Rotberg brings together the knowledge of over a dozen professionals related to Chinese-African relations.  Some of these professionals are professors, economists, researchers, and directors of international programs and organizations.  All of these...
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