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China: A New Partner for Africa's Development - Are We Heading for the End of European Privileges on the Black Continent?
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Authors: Thierry Bangui (International Consultant, Marseille, France) 
Book Description:
With a few notable exceptions, articles and books on the Chinese-African relationship are produced by Western authors and they are founded on relatively similar analyses, slamming together the varied actions of China on the African continent, and reaching similar, inevitable conclusions. This book is, in contrast, a new take on Sino-African cooperation. This book analyzes the reasons for the renewed interest in Africa and its economic, political and diplomatic effects. This book, which is meant to provide a new perspective for the general public, is fed by an extensive bibliography and targeted interviews with people from many walks of life: businessmen, politicians, heads of government, academia and citizens. (Imprint: Nova)

Book Review

This book has been reviewed in the following publication. To read the review click on the corresponding link below:

Journal of China and International Relations - Reviewed by Ashley Kim Stewart.

Table of Contents:



Part I. Africa: China, China and China Yet Again!

Chapter 1. China, Superpower of the Twenty-First Century: A New Development Partner in Africa

Chapter 2. China in Africa, a Long Term Strategy

Chapter 3. Meetings to Strengthen Ties

Chapter 4. Grey Areas of Sino-African Cooperation

Chapter 5. Western Criticism and Sources of Tensions Between China and the EU

Part II. The European Union and Africa: An Increasingly Strained Relationship (EPA, ODA, Etc.)

Chapter 6. Africa has Never Been in Control of its Destiny, but Today it Wants to Assert its Role

Chapter 7. Africa is Coveted and Open: Globalization Compels

Chapter 8. Public Eupport for Development: Between Promises and Actions...

Chapter 9: Europe, in No Position to Denounce China's Oil Diplomacy in Africa: the Case of the French

Part III. Africa, Between Promising Portents and Old Demons

Chapter 10. Africa, Promising Economic Indicators

Chapter 11. Each African Region Has Its Own Potential

Chapter 12. The Obstacles Facing the Continent

Chapter 13. The Revision of the Constitutions in Africa Means Closing the Door to Hope and Seeds of Instability

Chapter 14. The Food Crisis and Food Riots in Africa: Review of a Continent whose Agricultural Produce Does not Feed its People

Chapter 15. Diversifying the Economy



      Asian Political, Economic and Security Issues
      African Political, Economic, and Security Issues
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012-March
   Pages: 6 x 9 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-61324-923-9
   Status: AV
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AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
AV Available
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