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CONTENTS LIST OF FIGURES ABBREVIATIONS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 1. CHINA¿S AFRICA POLICY IN CONTEXT 2. OIL DIPLOMACY 3. THE IMPACT OF CHEAP CHINESE GOODS 4. THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS 5. ARMS SALES 6. PEACEKEEPING 7. WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN? BIBLIOGRAPHY LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1: Top Five African Sources of Chinese Imports: 2004-2006 Figure 2: Composition of Sub-Saharan Africa¿s Exports to China, 1996-2005 Figure 3: Proven Reserves of Oil (billion barrels), Africa, January 2007 Figure 4: American Textile and Clothing Imports from AGOA Countries During the Boom Figure 5: AGOA Exports to the United States, 2004 in $ millions Figure 6: American Textile and Apparel Imports from Africa Figure 7: Export Similarity Index Between Exports of 18 African Countries and China Figure 8: Transfers of Major Conventional Weapons by China to Africa, 1990-2006
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
China -- Relations -- Africa.
Africa -- Relations -- China.