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Shogar Bashar KHATER

MOTIVES AND ORIENTATIONS OF CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY TOWARDS AFRICA

The study aimed to pay attention to the reasons and motives behind the increasing Chinese influence in Africa, and the success of the emerging Chinese foreign policy on the African continent. The study found a basic hypothesis: that despite the great progress at the geo-economic level in the African continent, foreign policy is less concerned with the political influence on African political systems. The study attempts to answer several questions, including: What are the determinants of Chinese foreign policy in Africa? How has China been able to excel and achieve its goals as a friendly ally of Africa and as a model for development? The study reached several conclusions: The manifestations of moral commitment to the active and resolute Chinese foreign policy in non-political interference in the internal affairs of African regimes, contributed to attracting and developing development partnerships with most African countries. The study recommended that: African countries have to face global challenges and take on It bears the task of political and economic interests by adopting a comprehensive view of development and achieving stability, and bears the historical responsibility to defend its independence and dignity and to preserve its rich wealth and resources.

Keywords: Chinese Foreign Policy, Soft Power, Cooperation and Development, International Competition.


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