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سياسة الصين الخارجية تجاه إفريقيا

سياسة الصين الخارجية تجاه إفريقيا

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Title: سياسة الصين الخارجية تجاه إفريقيا
Author: حمدان, عارف محمد احمد
Abstract: This study addressed - China's foreign policy toward Africa - and its aftermath through many and various areas of cooperation represented in the joint ventures and benefits between the two parties - the study aimed to know the importance of Africa in the Chinese Foreign and international policy - and the positive impact of African Chinese cooperation - and the success of the two parties in achieving their goals – so the study was based on a number of questions such as: Why China has succeeded in the field of light industrial exports despite the fact that its material resources is not the volume of Africa? What Africa can gain as benefit from China despite its weak political role in the world?. The study population was selected from several institutions in China, Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania , Angola and Ghana from Africa --- in terms of ministries of Foreign Affairs, Finance, Education and Agriculture as projects where the foreign policy of the two parties has achieved estimated and remarkable success - so we find that the study came out with many results, including: China has made a lot of grants , loans , gifts and exemptions for estimated number of African countries in order to build a strong and well-established political relations –and that Africa will have a significant and active impact in the future as the continent of resources and massive raw materials - also China is seeking actively to achieve all its goals on the African continent despite the strong competition from other parties - based on these results the researcher edited many recommendations, including: Africa should benefit from China's initiative to create a new Bandung that includes Asia, Africa and Latin America , because thus supports the international status of Africa in many areas - Africa should direct China's assistance to the vital and important sectors such as education and technology and even to push China to open its markets before all African products and goods - and then take advantage of China's international status to support the visibility of the African continent in the international relations and organizations such as the UNO, IMF and the World Bank.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25845


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