Tuesday, January 17, 2017

African Studies Quarterly - Special Issue on China-Africa

The December 2016 issue of the African Studies Quarterly published by the University of Florida is devoted to China-Africa relations. All of the articles are open access. They include the following:

--Introduction - China-Africa Relations: Political and Economic Engagement and Media Strategies by Agnes Ngoma Leslie.
--Sino-optimism in Africa by Seifudein Adem.
--China's Peace and Security Strategies in Africa: Building Capacity is Building Peace? by Lina Benabdullah.
--China and South Sudan's Civil War, 2013-2015 by Daniel Large.
--The Political Economy of Galamsey and Anti-Chinese Sentiment in Ghana by Richard Aidoo.
--China-Democratic Republic of Congo Relations: From a Beneficial to a Developmental Cooperation by Claude Kabembe.
--Zambia and China: Workers' Protest, Civil Society, and Role of Opposition Politics in Elevating State Engagement by Agnes Ngoma Leslie.
--Does Chinese Employment Benefit Africans? Investigating Chinese Enterprises and Their Operations in Africa by Tang Xiaoyang.
--Chinese Traders in Kampala: Status, Challenges, and Impact on Ugandan Society by Ward Warmerdam and Meine Pieter Van Djik.
--The Image of Africa in China: The Emerging Role of Chinese Social Media by Liangxing Li.
--The Dragon Shapes Its Image: A Study of Chinese Media Influence Strategies in Africa by Michael Leslie.

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