From the Slave Trade to 'Free' Trade

From the Slave Trade to 'Free' Trade

How trade undermines democracy and justice in Africa



   

Stephen Marks

Stephen Marks is a freelance researcher, writer and consultant specialising in
issues of economic development, human rights, planning, and the environment.


Edited by Stephen Marks

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Chinese and African Perspectives on China in Africa
China's increasing interest in Africa in the post-Cold War period calls for sharp analysis of the evolution of civil society dialogue between Chinese and African civil society organisations and the prospects for greater future engagement on advocacy work.



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African Perspectives on China in Africa
Ali Askouri, Horace Campbell, Michelle Chan-Fishel, Moreblessings Chidaushe, John Blessing Karumbidza, Daniel Large, Anabela A. Lemos, Ndubisi Obiorah, Kwesi Kwaa Prah, Daniel L Ribeiro, John Rocha
China's involvement in Africa has provoked much debate and discussion. Is China just the latest in a line of exploiters of Africa's rich natural resources who put their own economic interests above humanitarian, environmental or human rights concerns?

This title is also available in Spanish



Introduction by Stephen Marks

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China en África
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African Perspectives on China in Africa
Ali Askouri, Horace Campbell, Michelle Chan-Fishel, Moreblessings Chidaushe, John Blessing Karumbidza, Daniel Large, Anabela A. Lemos, Ndubisi Obiorah, Kwesi Kwaa Prah, Daniel L Ribeiro, John Rocha
China's involvement in Africa has provoked much debate and discussion. Is China just the latest in a line of exploiters of Africa's rich natural resources who put their own economic interests above humanitarian, environmental or human rights concerns?

This title is also available in English






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