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2007.03.12. 19:42 zhaoman

Kína-Afrika kapcsolatok - podcast-ek

Összegyűjtöttem néhány, a témába vágó hanganyagok:

- China, Africa, and Oil
- China in Africa
- China, the Next Colonial Power in Africa
- Chinese Investment Spurs Africa to Domestic Economic Reform

Fogyasszátok egészséggel.

 

China, Africa, and Oil

May 17, 2006


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Rising global energy demands have caused China to turn to Africa as a major supplier of oil. This cfr.org podcast looks at the extent of China’s African ties.

 

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China in Africa
January 30, 2007


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Chinese president Hu Jintao hits the road in Africa today for an eight-nation tour, just the latest in a flood of exchange between China and the world’s poorest continent.

Across Africa today, Chinese crews are building railroads and schools, roads and bridges and hospitals and fiber optics. They’re pulling out mountains of minerals and oceans of oil to feed China’s roaring economy. They’re raining billions on cash-starved Africa.

But they’ve also provided the helicopter gunships that terrorize Darfur, the shiny blue tiles that decorate the roof of Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe, and the diplomatic cover that keeps bad actors in power.

This hour On Point: China in Africa, and the new face of global power.

 

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China, the Next Colonial Power in Africa.

February 9, 2007

 


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Why did the Pentagon choose to announce a new focus on Africa while Chinese President Hu Jintao is on a 12-day tour of the continent. Does China’s increasing economic attention there a threat to US interests in the region. Guest host Lawrence O’Donnell looks at the Chinese approach to investment in Africa, human rights and economic development.—On Reporter’s Notebook, Nancy Pelosi’s plane. How big is too big.

 

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Chinese Investment Spurs Africa to Domestic Economic Reform

February 13, 2007


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Harry G. Broadman, economic adviser to Africa for the World Bank, discusses Chinese investment in Africa and the domestic economic reforms many African countries are making to improve their prospects for all foreign investment.

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