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Vol 1 (AAC) No 8

Published 1st June 2008


Glass Houses

The U.S. are reacting to the ever-increasing Chinese presence in Africa

Washington politicians are re-evaluating the significance for United States' policy in Africa in light of China's increasing engagement with the continent. On 4 June, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's Subcommittee on African Affairs heard State Department and think tank opinions on'China in Africa: Implications for US Policy'.

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