BETWEEN THE TIGER AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA: A CRITIQUE OF WESTERN PERSPECTIVES ON

   CONTEMPORARY SINO-AFRICA RELATIONS

 

    Philip Attuquayefio

    Research Fellow,

    Legon Center for International Affairs and Diplomacy

    University of Ghana, Legon

    Email:pattuquayefio@ug.edu.gh

 

    Linda Darkwa

    Research Fellow

    Legon Center for International Affairs and Diplomacy

    University of Ghana, Legon

    Email:akua.darkwa@gmail.com

 

    Beatrice Torto

    Consultant on Strategic African Development Issues

    RiAfrik Consult

    P.O. Box AN 6078

    Accra, Ghana 

    Email: beatricetorto@hotmail.com

 

     Published Online: February 10, 2017

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