The Centre for Chinese Studies at Stellenbosch University published in July a special edition of The China Monitor devoted to the recently ended Forum on China Africa Cooperation in Beijing.
It contains the following four analyses:
--"After FOCAC: Have China-Africa Relations Finally Turned a Corner, or Was FOCAC V Simply More of the Same?" by Matthew McDonald, a research analyst at the Centre for Chinese Studies at Stellenbosch University.
--"Forum on China-Africa Cooperation: Development and Prospects" by Huang Meibo, director of the China Institute for International Development at Xiamen University, and Qi Xie, a student at Xiamen University.
--"The Sustainable Development of Sino-African Cooperation: Actors, Gaps and Reforms" by Zhu Ming, research fellow at the Centre for West-Asian and African Studies at the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies.
--"From Santa Claus to Serious Business: Where Should FOCAC Go Next?" by Ian Taylor, professor of international relations and African politics at the University of St. Andrews.
Click here to access the articles.