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Title Perspectives on South Africa-China Relations at 15 Years
Published Oxford, South Africa : Africa Institute of South Africa, 2014
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Contents Cover -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- About the Editors -- Notes on the Keynote Speakers -- Notes on the Contributors -- Abbreviations and Acronyms -- List of Tables -- List of Figures -- SECTION ONE: Keynotes Addresses -- Keynote Addresses -- Opening Address -- Welcome Address -- Ambassadorial Keynote Address -- Keynote Address -- SECTION TWO: South Africa -- China Political and Economic Relations -- Chapter 1 -- Introduction: An Assessment of South Africa-China Relations from a National Interest Perspective -- INTRODUCTION -- OUTLINE OF THE BOOK -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 2 -- China and South Africa -- Common Interests and Global Objectives -- INTRODUCTION -- CHINA AND AFRICA -- SOUTH AFRICA AND CHINA -- DIPLOMATIC LINKS -- SOUTH AFRICA AND CHINA -- COMMON NATIONAL INTERESTS -- DEFENCE INTERESTS -- ECONOMIC INTERESTS -- WORLD ORDER INTERESTS -- IDEOLOGICAL INTERESTS -- CONCLUSION -- THE NEXT FIFTEEN YEARS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 3 -- Fifteen Years of South Africa-China Relations and Beyond -- INTRODUCTION -- GREAT STRIDES IN 15 YEARS -- THE WAY FORWARD: A VERSION 2.0 -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 4 -- Prospective Mining Industrialization Partnerships between South Africa and China -- INTRODUCTION -- BACKGROUND: SOUTH AFRICAN MINING AND THE MPRDA ACT -- THE MINERAL BENEFICIATION CONCEPT -- THE ASA METALS CASE STUDY -- THE WAY FORWARD: ARE SOUTH AFRICA-CHINA MINING PARTNERSHIPS THE SOLUTION? -- ENERGY PARTNERSHIP -- TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER -- SKILLS DEVELOPMENT -- FACILITATING STEEL PRODUCTION AS A TOOL OF BENEFICIATION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- SECTION THREE: South Africa And China: People to People and Knowledge Transfer -- Chapter 5 -- Educational Co-operation or Educational Aid? China, Africa and South Africa -- INTRODUCTION -- WHY DONORS HAVE PURSUED EDUCATIONAL ENGAGEMENT -- SINO-AFRICAN EDUCATIONAL ENGAGEMENT
THE RANGE OF EDUCATIONAL PLEDGES WITHIN FOCAC -- BEYOND FOCAC -- THE VALUE OF SINO-AFRICAN EXCHANGE -- THE IMPACT OF SINO-AFRICAN EXCHANGE -- SOUTH AFRICA'S STRATEGIC POSITION IN SINO-AFRICAN EDUCATIONAL ENGAGEMENT -- HISTORY OF HRD ASSISTANCE IN SOUTH AFRICA -- SINO-SOUTH AFRICAN EDUCATIONAL ENGAGEMENT -- EDUCATIONAL CO-OPERATION OR EDUCATIONAL AID? -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 6 -- Rethinking Africa's Development Through Science and Technology: A Partnership Opportunity for South Africa and China -- INTRODUCTION: FACING REALITIES -- METHODOLOGY -- IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGY POLICIES -- IMPLEMENTING INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE FOR SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT -- CONCLUSION: THE CONTEXT OF THE FUTURE -- ANNEXURE -- References -- SECTION FOUR: China -- Africa Relations -- Chapter 7 -- China and Africa: The Chinese and the African Dream -- INTRODUCTION -- RISE OF THE GLOBAL SOUTH AND CHINA -- SOUTH-SOUTH CO-OPERATION -- SIMILAR DREAMS -- CONCLUSION: A DREAM TEAM -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 8 -- Engagement with Style: What China's Peacekeeping in Africa says about China's Engagement with Africa -- INTRODUCTION -- UN PEACEKEEPING -- A TRADEMARK OF CHINA'S NEW ENGAGEMENT WITH AFRICA -- CHINA'S INVOLVEMENT IN UN PEACEKEEPING EFFORTS IN AFRICA AND THE UPWARD TRAJECTORY -- COSTS AND BENEFITS OF UN PEACEKEEPING FROM CHINA'S PERSPECTIVE -- CHINA'S UN PEACEKEEPING IN AFRICA -- A SUCCESS THAT CAN BE FURTHERED -- CONCLUSION: CHINA'S PEACEKEEPING IN AFRICA -- ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY FOR MUTUAL BENEFIT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 9 -- Conclusion: South Africa-China Relations into the Future -- INTRODUCTION -- NATIONAL INTERESTS FROM A PUBLIC DIPLOMACY PERSPECTIVE -- INCREASING UNDERSTANDING OF POLICY AND CULTURE -- INCREASINGLY FAVOURABLE OPINION BETWEEN THE COUNTRIES -- INCREASING CULTURAL INFLUENCE BETWEEN THE COUNTRIES -- CONCLUSION: THE WAY FORWARD -- REFERENCES
Summary The bilateral relations between the two countries. Th e main substance of the book is a collection of the Ambassadorial Forum papers that were submitted. The papers evaluate economic and political progress from a national interest perspective. Progress is measured against variables such as trade growth, people-to-people development, partnerships, and the implementation of state agreements, all against the background of the theory of national interest
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Subject China -- Foreign relations -- South Africa.
China -- Relations -- South Africa.
South Africa -- Economic conditions -- 21st century.
South Africa -- Foreign relations -- China.
South Africa -- Relations -- China.
Form Electronic book
Author Shelton, Garth.
Yazini April
ISBN 0798304731 (Paper)
079830474X (MyiLibrary)
9780798304733 (Paper)
9780798304740 (MyiLibrary)