Wednesday, June 15, 2016

China's Security Shift in Africa

The European Council on Foreign Relations published in June 2016 a policy brief titled "Into Africa: China's Global Security Shift" by Mathieu Duchatel, Richard Gowan, and Manuel Lafont Rapnouil.

The report concludes that China's new security presence in Africa is a direct result of its increasingly global stance, both in economics and security. China aims to establish itself as a great power that contributes to global security and to protect its interests abroad.

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