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Volume 29, Number 2, April 2011

Contextualising Chinese engagement in Africa
pp. 129-136(8)
Authors: Kopinski, Dominik; Polus, Andrzej; Taylor, Ian

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From refusal to engagement: Chinese contributions to peacekeeping in Africa
pp. 137-154(18)
Authors: Zhengyu, Wu; Taylor, Ian

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Uneasy allies: China's evolving relations with Angola
pp. 169-180(12)
Author: Corkin, Lucy

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Sino-Zambian relations: 'An all-weather friendship' weathering the storm
pp. 181-192(12)
Authors: Kopinski, Dominik; Polus, Andrzej

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Sino-Indian co-operation in Africa: Joint efforts in the oil sector
pp. 193-201(9)
Author: Wysoczanska, Karolina

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China's 'soft power' in Africa?
pp. 223-232(10)
Authors: Fijałkowski, Łukasz

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Museveni's Uganda: paradoxes of power in a hybrid regime
pp. 233-235(3)
Author: Tangri, Roger

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The failure of democracy in the Republic of Congo
pp. 235-237(3)
Author: Meger, Sara

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Africa: unity, sovereignty and sorrow
pp. 238-241(4)
Author: Matthews, Sally

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In the Shadows
pp. 241-243(3)
Author: Abati, Reuben

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