Rogers, Philippe D.
March 2007
Naval War College Review;Spring2007, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p73
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the peacekeeping operations of China and United Nations in Africa. China has developed a comprehensive strategy contemplating its economic, diplomatic, political and military engagement. Its permeating influence in Africa demonstrate growing energy strategy, diplomatic presence and security cooperation. This could be accounted to its independent foreign policy to achieve foreign aid. However, this policy undermines the U.S. and international promotion of good governance.


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