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By Axel Harneit-Sievers, Stephen Marks, Sanusha Naidu

ISBN-10: 1906387338

ISBN-13: 9781906387334

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The deepening engagement of China in Africa because the finish of the chilly struggle has ended in debates concerning the evolving nature of this courting, but the point of interest of research has principally been constrained to the interactions among states. Little recognition has been paid to the growing to be discussion among chinese language and African civil society companies. This number of essays written by way of students and activists explores the interplay among African and chinese language nonstate actors and argues that the way forward for Africa-China kinfolk rests on together with such voices if a powerful and colourful engagement and a significant dating are to be sustained. those essays examine China's actions in Africa via styles of funding, felony cooperation, results at the atmosphere, alternate, relief and exertions hyperlinks, questions of peace, safety and balance, the African Union reaction, attainable regulatory interventions, and the longer term strengthening of an Africa-China discussion.

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Pambazuka News, no. pambazuka. org/e n/ca tegory/a fri ca_china/53462, accessed 6 November 2009. Ma rks, Stephen and N aidu, Sanusha (2008) 'China announces a US$586 bn inves tment programme', Pambazuka News, no . org/en/ca tegory/a fri ca_china/51959, accessed 6 November 2009. Naidu, Sanusha (2009a) 'China's a nnua l New Year A fri can safari ', Pambazu ka News, no. org/en/ ca tegory/africa_china/53255, accessed 6 November 2009. Naidu, Sanusha (2009b) 'Beijing reaffi r ms its A frica n agenda', Pambazuka News, no .

I would like to thank the tw o jo urnals for the ir permission to publish the articles e lsewhere. My thanks also goes to Katrin Altmeyer, the director of the H einrich Boll Foundation, Beijing office, and Axel Harne it-Sievers, th e directo r o f the H e inrich Boll Foundation, East A fri ca office, for providing this opportuni ty to s hare m y know ledge w ith A fri can colleagues. 2. In the 20th century few C hinese A fri ca nists p ublished forma l a rticles in English in the wes tern world (Gao Jiny uan 1984; He Fangc huan 1987; Li An shan, 1994, 1995, 1996; Ge Jie 1997).

And the question for us, the commentators and analysts, is what future impact will this have on the trajectory of Africa-China relations. No signs of a scaling down The immediate signs seem to indicate that there is no scaling down of economic relations. In the first half of 2009, despite the global financial economic crisis, President Hu Jintao pledged during hi s friendship and cooperation visit to the Middle East and Africa in February 2009 th at it was indeed 'business as usual' for the Chinese, with more deals and contracts signed with African countries (Naidu 2009b).

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