The Morality of China in Africa

Stephen Chan analyses the “moral” aspects of the policies and ensuing migration. The book completely undermines existing assumptions concerning Sino-African relations, such as that Africa is of critical importance for China; that China sees no risk in its largesse towards Africa. Stephen Chan OBE, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London The Morality of China in Africa, The Middle Kingdom and the Dark Con…

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