Synopses & Reviews
Scholars of China, of various regions of the world, and ofinternational economics and politics argue that China's experience with colonialism and struggle for independence informs its relationswith developing counties. They cover framing China's relations with developing countries; China's identity and the developing world;China, the developing world, and the changing international order; and China's relations with developing countries and regions. Amongspecific topics are the China model; an authoritarian state-led modernization, African traders in Guangzhou: a bridge community forAfrica-China relations, globalizing grain: how China is reshaping global agriculture, China's role in deforestation and the timbertrade in developing countries, and China's deepening Middle East relations.Annotation ©2015 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)
This Handbook explores the rapidly evolving and increasingly multifaceted relations between China and developing countries. Cutting-edge analyses by leading experts from around the world critically assess such timely issues as the 'China model', Beijing's role in international development assistance, Chinese peacekeeping and South-South relations, and developing countries and the internationalization of the renminbi. Chapters also examine China's engagement with individual countries and regions throughout the developing world. For scholars, practitioners, and postgraduates, the volume's breadth and depth of coverage will inform and guide present and future analysis.