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China-Japan Oil Rivalry Spills Over into Africa

By Joshua Eisenman, Devin T. Stewart | December 9, 2005

International Herald Tribune

Article Description: China and Japan are competing for energy resources around the globe, yet little has been written about the impact of their rivalry on Africa. With one-third of its top fifteen oil suppliers located in Africa, the United States ignores the challenges of this geopolitical dynamic at its peril.

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Read More: Development, Energy, Globalization, Security, China, Japan, Sudan, Asia, Africa

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