China in Africa: Between Imperialism and Partnership in Humanitarian Development

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This book examines Sino-African relations and their impact on Africa. It argues that Africa's relationship with China has had a profound impact on key sectors in Africa--economic and political development, the media, infrastructural development, foreign direct investments, loans, debt peonage, and international relations. The authors also analyze the imperialist and neo-colonialist implications of this relationship and discuss the degree to which the relationship is beneficial to Africa.