Oxford University China Africa Network

From The Official Blog of Amb. David H. Shinn Tue Apr 17 2012, 20:16:00

The Oxford University China-Africa Network (OUCAN) brings together scholars, graduate students and experts from the field to encourage research pertaining to critical political, cultural and socio-economic trends. The focus is on governments, state-owned enterprises, cultural organizations, NGOs, small and medium-sized businesses, minorities and ordinary people. For more information go to the OUCAN website here.

For a brief OUCAN conference report titled Chinese Investment and African Agency, click here. For another titled China as a Development Aid Actor: Rethinking Development Assistance and its Implications for Africa and the West, click here. For a brief OUCAN symposium report titled China's Diplomacy and Investment in Africa and South East Asia, click here.

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