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|Title:||Sudan looks East: China, India & the politics of Asian alternatives|
Patey, Luke A.
|ISBN:||1847010377; 9781847010377; 1782040099; 9781782040095|
international economic relations
|Abstract:||This book explores Sudan's dynamic relations with China, India and its other Asian partners, notably Malaysia, over the past two decades. It analyses the rise of Asian interests in Sudan, their economic and political consequences, and their role in Sudan's foreign relations. Contributions: Sudan 'looks East': introduction (Daniel Large & Luke A. Patey); Sudan's foreign relations since independence (Peter Woodward); The oil boom & its limitations in Sudan (Laura M. James); Local relations of oil development in Southern Sudan: displacement, environmental impact & resettlement (Leben Nelson Moro); India in Sudan: troubles in an African oil 'paradise' (Luke A. Patey); Malaysia-Sudan: from Islamist students to rentier bourgeois (Roland Marchal); 'Dams are development': China, the Al-Ingaz regime & the political economy of the Sudanese Nile (Harry Verhoeven); Genocide Olympics: how activists linked China, Darfur & Bejing 2008 (Alexandra Cosima Budabin); Southern Sudan & China: 'enemies into friends'? (Daniel Large); Conclusion: China, India & the politics of Sudan's Asian alternatives (Daniel Large & Luke A. Patey). [ASC Leiden abstract]|