This paper examines three online news articles from the Chinese Peoples Daily; "Chinese President Ends Visit to Zambia," "China, Zambia Vow to Strengthen Cooperation" and "Roundup: China-Zambia Ties Cemented Through Assistance, Investment".
# 101739 | 894 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2008 |
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The paper reviews three online news articles which illustrate the growing prominence of China in the world as well as its increasingly expansive foreign policy. The paper suggests that China is following very much in the path of the former Soviet Union and notes that African nations like Zambia have made a conscious choice to become allies of the Asian superpower.
From the Paper:"Over the last few decades, China has emerged as a legitimate world power; indeed, China today may be on the verge of becoming the one nation capable of challenging American global supremacy. The confidence that comes with this realization has gradually changed how the Chinese do business with the rest of the world - and the enthusiasm with which they reach out to the rest of the world. Although often overlooked, China's growing relationship with Africa reveals a country that is beginning to see a more expansive role for itself on the international stage - and Chinese dailies like the People's Daily are well aware of this, judging from the attention granted to a recent visit to the African nation of Zambia by President Hu Jintao."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Chinese president ends visit to Zambia. (2007, February 6). People's Daily Online. Retrieved February 15, 2007 from <http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200702/06/eng20070206_347741.html>
- China, Zambia vow to strengthen cooperation. (2007, February 4). People's Daily Online. Retrieved February 15, 2007 from <http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200702/04/eng20070204_347469.html>
- Roundup: China-Zambia ties cemented through assistance, investment. (2007, February 3). People's Daily Online. Retrieved February 15, 2007 from <http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200702/03/eng20070203_347362.html>
Cite this Article Review:
China-Africa Relations (2008, February 29) Retrieved July 08, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/china-africa-relations-101739/
"China-Africa Relations" 29 February 2008. Web. 08 July. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/article-review/china-africa-relations-101739/>