China and Africa (inbunden)
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1st ed. 2018
Springer International Publishing AG
Alden, Chris (ed.), Alao, Abiodun (ed.), Zhang, Chun (ed.), Barber, Laura (ed.)
3 Illustrations, black and white; XIII, 403 p. 3 illus.
210 x 148 x 24 mm
649 g
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China and Africa

Building Peace and Security Cooperation on the Continent

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This book investigates the expanding involvement of China in security cooperation in Africa. Drawing on leading and emerging scholars in the field, the volume uses a combination of analytical insights and case studies to unpack the complexity of security challenges confronting China and the continent. It interrogates how security considerations impact upon the growing economic and social links China has developed with African states.
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Chris Alden, Department of International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), has published widely on China-Africa issues and is a research associate of the South African Institute for International Affairs (SAIIA) and Department of Political Sciences, University of Pretoria. Abiodun Alao, African Leadership Centre, School of Global Affairs, King's College London has published extensively on African studies. He is also holds Visiting Professorship position at the Nigerian Defence Academy. Zhang Chun, Deputy Director, Institute of Foreign Policy Studies, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, China, has published widely on China-Africa relations, African peace and security, international theory, and China's foreign policy; and Deputy Editor-in-Chief of 2 Journals namely Global Review (in Chinese) and China Quarterly of International Strategic Studies (CQISS) (in English). Laura Barber is a politic al risk analyst based in London, previously of the LSE. She specialises in in Chinese foreign policy towards Africa with a particular focus on China-Sudan and South Sudan relations.


Introduction: Transitions in China-Africa Relations and Future of Peace and Security Cooperation; Prof Abiodun Alao and Dr. ZHANG Chun.- Section One. Africa's Peace and Security and China's Evolving Policy.- Chapter 1: Africa's Peace and Security Challenges; Prof Abiodun Alao.- Chapter 2: Seeking Security in Africa: China's Evolving Approach to Africa's Peace and Security Architecture; Prof Chris Alden.- Chapter 3: 'Developmental Peace': Understanding China's Africa Policy in Peace and Security; Dr. WANG Xuejun.- Chapter 4: China's Development-Oriented Peacekeeping Strategy in Africa; Dr. XUE Lei.- Chapter 5: On China's Military Diplomacy in Africa; Mr. SHEN Zhixiong.- Chapter 6: China-Africa Cooperative Partnership for Peace and Security; Dr Zhang Chun.- Section Two. Case Studies.- Chapt er 7: The Horn of Africa, Security and the Role of China; Dr Asnake Kefale.- Chapter 8: China's Crisis Management in Africa: the case study of Darfur; Dr. JIAN Junbo.- Chapter 9: The Evolution of China's Conflict Mediation in Sudan and South Sudan; Dr. Laura Barber.-Chapter 10: China's Role in Post Conflict Reconstruction in the two Sudans; Dr Dan Large.- Chapter 11: China's Participation in UN Peacekeeping in Mali; Dr Niall Duggan.- Chapter 12: China's Role in Post Conflict Reconstruction in Liberia; Dr Guillaume Moumouni.- Chapter 13: The Protection of China's Overseas Interests in Central and Southern Africa: The Case of the Democratic Republic of Congo; Prof Wang Duanyong.- Section Three. The Global Context.- Chapter 14: China and the UN Arms Trade Treaty; Bernardo Mariani (Saferworld).- Chapter 15. China's Approach to Security in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization: A suitable model for Africa?; Rudolf Du Plessis.