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China and the Developing World

By Joshua Eisenman, Eric Heginbotham | May 30, 2007

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Joshua Eisenman and Eric Heginbotham discuss China's evolving relationship with the developing world, answering some key questions: How does China define its interests? Do its tactics amount to a cohesive strategy? Has its diplomacy been successful? What influence will China have on norms and what are the implications for regions like Africa where other resource-hungry countries are also pursuing energy projects?

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