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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55578
Doc. No:TL25532
Call number:‭1452827‬
Main Entry:Anita C. Wheeler
Title & Author:Angola and Sudan's foreign policy toward China: An analysis of the human security impacts on the populations of these countriesAnita C. Wheeler
College:Howard University
Date:2008
Degree:M.A.
student score:2008
Page No:125
Abstract:This study examines the human security impacts of Angola and Sudan's foreign relations toward China. Sino-African relations are becoming increasingly important as global powers search for strategic resources, notably petroleum, to bolster economic development. A review of trade agreements indicates that the foreign policies undertaken by leaders in resource rich countries adversely impacts the economic, political and social lives of its citizens. This research shows that as the global lens turns to Africa for resources, African policymakers in Angola and Sudan are not formulating policies that ensure people's rights to secure sustainable livelihoods and protection from chronic threats, like hunger, disease and violence. Policy recommendations include an examination of the standards of engagement from an African perspective and the establishment of bilateral trade commissions in African countries to scrutinize agreements made with China.
Subject:Social sciences; Angola; China Africa; Human security; Oil; Sino African; Sudan; Black studies; International law; 0325:Black studies; 0616:International law
Added Entry:L. Serapiao
Added Entry:Howard University