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Rethinking the Division of Sino-Africa Relations from 1949 to 1976
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Pages: 30-42
Year: Issue:  3
Journal: Journal of History and Chorography

Keyword:  Chinese diplomacySino-African relationshipMao ZedongHistorical phases;
Abstract: Nowadays, with the Sino-Africa relations step into the new era, research on this relationship has become an issue of international academia. The relationship between China and Africa started in the 1950s and 1960s. The first generation of Chinese and African leaders jointly established a genuine and sincere brotherhood of revolution. Through a comparative analysis of the institutional evolution, policy changes, aid scale, and communication methods of Sino-Africa relations from 1949 to 1976, we can find that this kind of relationship is historical developments and is not entirely driven by real interests. The political capital from Sino-African relations has enabled China to expand its diplomatic space and provided China with valuable practical experience in its dealings with developing countries. Through rethinking China-Africa relations during this period, China should continue to create a new impetus for Sino-Africa relations and diplomacy. Based on the shared ideas of Sino-Africa friendship, China should grasp the direction of Sino-Africa relations. While promoting self-promotion, China must pay more attention to the role played by African countries in the Sino-Africa relationship.
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