Chinese Non-Interference In Africa

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  • Karel Brandenbarg Undergraduate Student

Abstract

While holding an explicit policy of non-interference, China has engaged in various policies that have had influence in many different countries in Africa. This paper presents an exploration of the official Chinese state policy of non-interference and an explanation of the typology and definitions used to explore non-interference. Most substantively this paper presents an examination of the different types of interference and how they can be understood to contradict or align with China’s official state policy. The paper concludes with an exploration of potential implications of economic investments abroad which may lead to more interference on the part of China.

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2021-06-15

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