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Vol 1 (AAC) No 2

Published 1st December 2007


Liu Guijin

China's Special Representative on African Affairs

Liu Guijin is in an unenviable position. As China’s Envoy to Africa, he must balance its often contradictory priorities: on one hand, China claims the internal affairs of its African business partners are none of its business; on the other hand, it has a seat on the United Nations Security Council, which has increasingly made Sudan’s Darfur conflict its business.

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