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China's rise in Africa : perspectives on a developing connection

Author: Dominik Kopiński; Andrzej Polus; Ian Taylor
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2012.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dominik Kopiński; Andrzej Polus; Ian Taylor
ISBN: 9780415688871 0415688876
OCLC Number: 762962042
Description: v, 108 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Contextualising Chinese engagement in Africa / Dominik Kopiński, Andrzej Polus and Ian Taylor --
From refusal to engagement: Chinese contributions to peacekeeping in Africa / Wu Zhengyu and Ian Taylor --
The 'voracious dragon', the 'scramble' and the 'honey pot': conceptions of conflict over Africa's natural resources / Péter Marton and Tamás Matura --
Uneasy allies: China's evolving relations with Angola / Lucy Corkin --
Sino-Zambian relations: 'an all-weather friendship' weathering the storm / Dominik Kopiński and Andzrej Polus --
Sino-Indian co-operation in Africa: joint efforts in the oil sector / Karolina Wysoczańska --
The European Union and China's rise in Africa: competing visions, external coherence and trilateral cooperation / Maurizio Carbone --
China's 'soft power' in Africa? / Lukasz Fijalkowski.
Responsibility: edited by Dominik Kopiński, Andrzej Polus and Ian Taylor.
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