The latest issue of the African East-Asian Affairs (AEAA) is now available.

– Issue 1 –

Crouching tigers, leaping lions? Developmental leadership lessons for South Africa from China and Malaysia

Jo-Ansie van Wyk

Good quality or low price? Competition between Cameroonian and Chinese traders

Ute Röschenthaler

– Issue 2 –

Theatre as transcultural capital in the Sino-Nigerian relational context: Cultural celebrations at the Confucius Institute in Lagos, Nigeria

Philip Olayoku

Denying the Dalai Lama: South Africa’s visa diplomacy, human rights and the media

Suzette van der Westhuizen and Jo-Ansie van Wyk

– Issue 3 –

Which lodestar to follow? South African public opinion on China and other international partners

Floor Keuleers

Tanzania’s all-weather friendship with China in the era of multipolarity and globalisation: towards a mild hedging strategy

Jean-Pierre Cabestan and Jean-Raphaël Chaponnière

Chinese investment in Africa: how the New Normal can leverage Agenda 2063 for sustainable economic co-operation

Qiaowen Zhang and Anna Kangombe

The rise of BRICS development finance institutions: A comprehensive look into the New Development Bank and the Contingency Reserve Arrangement

Adrino Mazenda and Ronney Ncwadi

China’s economic hard landing impact on Africa: A scenario analysis

Emmanuel Igbinoba and Rodney Hoaeb

– Issue 4 –

Power and justice in international investment law: China’s rise and its extraterritorial human rights obligations vis-à-vis the African host state population

Anna Hankings-Evans

Situating Somali Piracy in Japanese security policy

Robert Attwell

‘With those views, you should work for the Communist Party of China’: Challenging Western knowledge production on China-Africa relations

Liam Michael O’Brien

China’s public diplomacy in Zimbabwe: Perceptions, opportunities and challenges

Simon Matingwina

South Korea’s changing political environment and the impact on its Africa policy

Yejoo Kim

Deborah Brautigam’s Will Africa Feed China?: A critical media-centric review

Bob Wekesa

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