Sweet and Sour: China and Africa Behind the Headlines

From China in Africa: The Real Story Sat Jan 19 2013, 08:39:00

Here's a link to an interview highlighting some of my general work on China and Africa, broadcast by the Australian program Up Close. There still seems to be strong demand for this kind of overview topic. Old news for the small group of people now doing research on China's African engagement. Frankly, much more interesting to drill down into specific topics: agricultural engagement and special economic zones are two I'm working on now.

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