China’s Evolving Africa Policy

23 Jun 2014
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In May 2014, during a trip to Ethiopia, Nigeria, Angola and Kenya, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang enunciated the “4-6-1” China-Africa Cooperation Framework, at the headquarters of the African Union (AU) in Addis Ababa. The framework highlights peace and security, poverty reduction and sustainable development, civil society exchanges, and partnerships with other development organizations as new pillars of China’s Africa policy. This has important implications for China’s approach to development aid in Africa.

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