Towards a Critical Geopolitics of China's Engagement with African Development

@article{Power2010TowardsAC,
  title={Towards a Critical Geopolitics of China's Engagement with African Development},
  author={Marcus Power and Giles Mohan},
  journal={Geopolitics},
  year={2010},
  volume={15},
  pages={462 - 495}
}
China, in its quest for a closer strategic partnership with Africa, has increasingly dynamic economic, political and diplomatic activities on the continent. Chinese leaders and strategists believe that China's historical experience and vision of economic development resonates powerfully with African counterparts and that the long-standing history of friendly political linkages and development co-operation offers a durable foundation for future partnership. Both in China and amongst some Western… 
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