China's South-South Relations

Edited by: Bettina Gransow

Beijing has formed South-South relations with many developing countries and emerging economies by providing foreign aid, setting up trade agreements, making investments, and employing public diplomacy. China's economic rise and diplomatic initiatives to expand strategic partnerships with countries of the Global South are starting to impact the very structure of international relations. The contributions to this volume provide insights into the rapidly unfolding trans-regional dynamics of China's fast developing formal and informal ties to Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America. The book also reveals the inadequacies of the traditional architecture of area studies in taking up the challenge of trans-regional research. (Series: Chinese History and Society / Berliner China-Hefte - Vol. 42)

144 pages

Publication Date: 5/21/2013
Format: Paper
ISBN: 9783643903464