Africa and China

Africa and China

How Africans and Their Governments are Shaping Relations with China

Rowman & Littlefield






15 a 20 dias

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Acknowledgments Preface Introduction Part I: African State Agency Chapter 1: China-Africa Trade Patterns: Causes, Consequences, and Perceptions Joshua Eisenman Chapter 2: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Agency-as-corruption and the Sino-Nigerian Relationship Ian Taylor Chapter 3: China and the Shaping of African Information Societies Iginio Gagliardone Chapter 4: Understanding Angolan Agency: The Luanda-Beijing Face-off Lucy Corkin Chapter 5: Ethiopia: Towards a Foreign Funded 'Revolutionary Democracy' Aleksandra W Gadzala Part II: African Agency Beyond the State Chapter 6: Making Space for African Agency in China-Africa Engagements: Ghanaian and Nigerian Patrons Shaping Chinese Enterprise Ben Lampert and Giles Mohan Chapter 7: Racialization as Agency in Zambia-China Relations Barry Sautman Chapter 8: #MadeinAfrica: How China-Africa relations take on new meaning thanks to digital communication Mark Kaigwa and Yu-Shan Wu Chapter 9: Afro-Chinese Cooperation: The Evolution of Diplomatic Agency Calestous Juma Bibliography Contributor Biographies Index
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