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Increasing Competition Between China And West In Africa

Oluşturulma Tarihi: 15-11-2018

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Tür: Tez

Alt Tür: Yüksek Lisans Tezi

Yayınlanma Durumu: Yayınlanmamış

Dosya Biçimi: PDF

Dil: İngilizce

Konu(lar): Uluslararası ilişkiler,

Yazar(lar): Assefa , Feven Zewdie (Yazar),

Emeği Geçen(ler): Ünal, Hasan (Danışman),

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West, China, Africa, Republic of South Africa, colonialism 


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For years Africa has been positioned in the middle of rivalry among the traditional and non-traditional powers. This is due to the fact that the continent is endowed with raw materials, availability of cheap labour, geopolitical and geographical importance. Although initially there was a misconception among the mid-century Europeans, it did not take them long to be allured by the opportunity the continent presented. However, the peculiarity about the scenario was that though colonization from the former European powers came to an end, their competition for a slice of the continent is still continuing with the addition non-traditional powers. China is one of those powers which has dramatically increased their significance in Africa over the past decades drawing the attention of many in the global arena. Although their immediate rise in the continent was considered as a ‘Win-Win Cooperation’ and godly sent opportunity by most African leaders. Using historical perspective this paper argues the strategy used by China has a lot of similarities with the initial rise of the traditional powers. Therefore, in this paper, we are going to try to find out what triggers the increasing competition of those powers in the continent? The Republic of South Africa case will be used as African continent is comprised of fifty-four individual independent states with different languages, culture, political ideology and ethnicity which made it difficult to take the whole continent as a single entity. However, as almost all African states share a common history of colonization, post-colonization and new millennium regardless of their size and development it is easier to take one country to do comparative analysis.


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