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Author Dent, Christopher M., 1965-

Title China and Africa Development Relations
Published Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 2010
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Description 1 online resource (205 pages)
Series Routledge Contemporary China Series
Routledge contemporary China series.
Contents Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Tables and Figures; Contributors; Acknowledgement; Preface; Part I: China, Africa and international development; 1 Africa and China: A new kind of development partnership; 2 ChinaAfrica relations and the European Union: Ideology, conditionality, realpolitik and what is new in SouthSouth co-operation; 3 China and the geo-political imagination of African 'development'; 4 Chinese soft power, insecurity studies, myopia and fantasy; Part II: Country case study perspectives; 5 The end of abstraction: China's development relations with Sudan
6 Chinese development co-operation and Africa: The case of Tembisa's Friendship TownPart III: Resource sector perspectives; 7 China's structural demand and commodity prices: Implications for Africa; 8 China's energy diplomacy in Africa: The convergence of national and corporate interests; Part IV: Conclusion: China, Africa and development relations; 9 China, Africa and conceptualising development relations; Index
Summary Provides an overview of how the China-Africa relationship has evolved over the years and examines whether it presents a different paradigm of 'development relations' in the international system. This book investigates what is particularly special about the development partnership between Africa and China
Notes Print version record
Subject Africa -- Economic policy.
Africa -- Foreign economic relations -- China.
China -- Economic policy.
China -- Foreign economic relations -- Africa.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0203845021