China and Post-Conflict Reconstruction in Africa: The Case of Sudan

Image: Flickr, PROAndrew Smith
Image: Flickr, PROAndrew Smith

China in Africa Project – part of the Global Powers and Africa programme.

From Darfur to Zimbabwe, the DRC to Guinea, China’s African engagement is linked commonly to different forms of conflict. A less-observed phenomenon, however, is China’s developing post-conflict role in Africa. This trend shows signs of becoming an increasingly important area of policy engagement, political involvement and practical action between China and African governments, the African Union as well as broader multilateral architecture of security and post-conflict response.

18 Oct 2011

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Series
SAIIA Policy Briefing No 36, October 2011
Region
Asia Pacific, Sub-Saharan Africa
Country
China, South Sudan, Sudan
SAIIA Programme
Foreign Policy
Tags
African Union (AU), Politics, policy agreement

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