The most recent issue of the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs is devoted mostly to articles on China-Africa relations. The articles are available online and include:
--Perceptions, Practices and Adaptations: Understanding Chinese-African Interactions in Africa by Karsten Giese.
--Sino-African Encounters in Ghana and Nigeria: From Conflict to Conviviality and Mutual Benefit by Ben Lampert and Giles Mohan.
--Significant Others: Security and Suspicion in Chinese-Angolan Encounters by Cheryl Mei-ting Schmitz.
--The Chinese Presence in Burkina Faso: A Sino-African Cooperation from Below by Guive Khan Mohammad.
--Place-based and Place-bound Realities: A Chinese Firm's Embeddedness in Tanzania by Tanny Men.
--Chinese Employers and Their Ugandan Workers: Tensions, Frictions and Cooperation in an African City by Codrin Arsene