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China, Africa, and the diaspora: perspectives

by Sharon T. Freeman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0981688535, Paperback)

As interest in the China-Africa relationship grows, so does the number of books written about it -but this book breaks new ground: In over 450 pages, it contains the perspectives of 60 of the most important Chinese, African, and African Diaspora leaders who collectively share deep insights and "insider" information about the role, impact, and modis operandi of China in Africa. After reading this book, readers will walk away with a deep understanding of the why, what, and how of the relationship and with a new perspective on why it is that African development will forever more be discussed in terms of before and after the Chinese.

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