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Vol 5 (AAC) No 6

Published 1st April 2012


Africa studying China

The numbers of African institutions studying China are far fewer than those of Chinese institutions studying Africa. Regional studies programmes are often poorly financed, but joint research projects with international universities are strengthening capacity. Feedback loops between research and policy are often weak.

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