Table of contents for China returns to Africa : a rising power and a continent embrace / Chris Alden, Daniel Large and Ricardo Soares de Oliveira, editors.


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Introduction: China Returns to Africa                      1
Chris Alden, Daniel Large and Ricardo Soares de Oliveira
SECTION 1: POLITICAL ECONOMY
1. China's Boom: What's in it for Africa? A Trade
Perspective                                            27
Andrea Goldstein, Nicolas Pinaud and Helmut Reisen
2. 'Flying Geese' or 'Hidden Dragon'? Chinese Business and
African Industrial Development                         51
Deborah Brdiutigam
3. Chinese Economic Diplomacy in Africa: the Lusophone
Strategy                                               69
Ana Cristina Alves
4. Making Sense of Chinese Oil Investment in Africa       83
Ricardo Soares de Oliveira
5. The Political Consequences of China's Return to Africa  111
Denis M. Tull
SECTION II: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
6. China in Africa: After the Gun and the Bible: A West
African Perspective                                   129
Adama Gaye
7. China's Perspective on Contemporary China-Africa
Relations                                             143
Wenping He
8. China-Africa Relations: An Early, Uncertain Debate in
the United States                                     167
Bates Gill, J. Stephen Morrison, and Chin-Hao Huang
9. French Perspectives on the New Sino-African Relations  181
Roland Marchal
SECTION III: RELATIONS IN FOCUS
10. Liberating Labour? Constructing Anti-Hegemony on
the TAZARA Railway in Tanzania, 1965-76               197
Jamie Monson
11. Medicine as business: Chinese medicine in Tanzania   221
Elisabeth Hsu
12. Solidarity, Xenophobia and the Regulation of Chinese
businesses in Namibia                                 237
Gregor Dobler
13. South Africa and China: A Strategic Partnership?     257
Garth Shelton
14. China in Angola: just a Passion for Oil?             275
Manuel Ennes Ferreira
15. From Non-Interference to Constructive Engagement?
China's Evolving Relations with Sudan                 295
Daniel Large
16. Mixed Fates of a Popular Minority: Chinese migrants in
Cape Verde                                            319
Jorgen Carling and Heidi Ostbo Haugen
SECTION IV: LOOKING FORWARD
17. Ten Caveats and One Sunrise in Our Contemplation of
China and Africa                                      339
Stephen Chan
18. Africa without Europeans                             349
Chris Alden
19. Fitting China In                                     361
Christopher Clapham
Conclusion: 'All Over Africa'                            371
Daniel Large



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Africa Relations China, China Relations Africa, China Economic policy 2000-China Economic conditions 2000-Africa Economic policy 21st century, Africa Economic conditions 21st century