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China in Africa : the rise of hegemony?

@article{Schoeman2007ChinaIA,
  title={China in Africa : the rise of hegemony?},
  author={Maxi Schoeman},
  journal={The Strategic Review for Southern Africa},
  year={2007},
  volume={29},
  pages={74}
}
  • M. Schoeman
  • Published 1 November 2007
  • Political Science
  • The Strategic Review for Southern Africa
"China is both a tantalising opportunity and a terrifying threat"--Moeletsi Mbeki (1)) ABSTRACT This article explores China's international role with reference to Africa in order to answer the question whether China can, in fact, be considered an emerging hegemon that is using, as Western states have done in the past, Africa in order to promote its own position. The concept hegemon/hegemony is discussed briefly in order to provide a framework for analysis. China's relations with Africa are… 
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