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《龙的礼物:中国在非洲的真实故事》(The Dragon's Gift:the real story of China in Africa)文字版[PDF]

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    出版社OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
    发行时间2009年
    语言英文
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中文名龙的礼物:中国在非洲的真实故事
原名The Dragon's Gift:the real story of China in Africa
图书分类政治/军事
资源格式PDF
版本文字版
出版社OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
书号9870199550227
发行时间2009年
地区英国
语言英文
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内容介绍:

该书为美国大学教授黛博拉·布罗蒂格的新作,该书此前曾被评价为“西方学者首次著书正面评价中国对非援助”。黛博拉指出,中国的媒体都在宣传中国的援非是无私的友好之举,而西方媒体评价则恰好相反。中国的援助不同于西方的援助,其中一个重要的原因在于,中国自身也曾是一个受援对象。中国的援助更多地以低息贷款的形式出现 ,不同于西方的捐助。但中国政府一直未公布精确的对非洲援助数据。

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目录

CONTENTS
List of Figuresxiv
Prologue: The Changing Face of Chinese Engagement
in Africa1
China’s Rise in Africa2
China and Africa: Mutual Benefit?3
Poverty and Prosperity7
A Different Kind of ‘‘Aid’’10
China, Aid, and the West12
What is Foreign Aid?13
Why Do Countries Give Aid?14
Issues and Themes17
Approaches and Analysis19
1. Missionaries and Maoists: How China’s Aid Moved from
‘‘Red’’ to ‘‘Expert’’22
Aid from the West26
Red Sun Rising29
From Mau Mau to Mao31
‘‘Dragon in the Bush’’34
Dazhai in Africa?37
Tazara: The Tan-Zam Railway40
Rethinking Aid41
2. Feeling the Stones: Deng Xiaoping’s Experiments
with Aid43
An ‘‘Ideal Trading Partner’’46
Crossing the River by Feeling the Stones51x contents
Aid and the Four Tigers52
Zhao Ziyang Goes to Africa53
Leather Swaps: Compensatory Trade in Africa55
Being Responsible to the End56
China, Melvin Lisk, and Okeky Agencies, Ltd.60
Aid as a Springboard for Investment62
Building Business64
Tripartite Cooperation65
‘‘We Are the World’’66
Checkbook Diplomacy67
3. Going Global: Foreign Aid in the Toolkit of a
Rising China71
Battle in Seattle75
Deeper into Africa77
Value for Money78
Entering Europe’s Backyard81
Zhu Rongji and the Tan-Zam Railway Redux83
‘‘Koni...Koni...Koni’’85
Packaging Soft Power86
Dragon Heads87
Creative Destruction89
China–Africa Development Fund93
Tariff and Quota-Free Entry95
Overseas Zones: Going Global in Groups97
The First Two African Winners101
Crossing the Ocean by Feeling the Stones103
4. Eastern Promises: An Aid System with Chinese
Characteristics105
A Very Brief History106
China’s Aid Institutions107
China Eximbank’s Concessional Loans114
The Development Bank That Doesn’t Give Aid115
Acupuncture at King Harmon Road117
Learning from China119contents xi
Humanitarian Aid: After Disaster121
China’s ‘‘Peace Corps’’123
Does China Give ‘‘Cash Aid’’?124
Dumping Debt127
5. Orient Express: How Does Chinese Aid and
Engagement Work?131
Beijing versus Paris132
An Oriental Big Power136
China Eximbank, Huawei, and Sierratel140
Learning from Japan’s Request-Based System141
The Eximbank Cycle142
From Aid to Profit: CNEEC Consolidates Goma143
China’s Resource-Backed Infrastructure Loans145
Aid Without Strings?148
Tied Aid?151
‘‘Hordes of Experts’’154
Capacity Building157
6. Apples and Lychees: How Much Aid Does China Give?162
Estimating China’s Africa Aid168
One is Aid, the Other is Not173
Package Financing Mode174
Big Mistakes177
Is China Bigger than the World Bank?179
Comparing Apples and Apples182
Will Chinese Loans Create a New Debt Crisis?184
7. Flying Geese, Crouching Tiger: China’s Changing
Role in African Industrialization189
Challenges and Opportunities191
Flying Geese as Industrial Catalysts193
Marlboro Man195
Friendship Textile Factory’s Rocky Road197
Cars, Calf, and Cows201
Asian Tigers and African Factories204
‘‘Original and Taiwan’’205xii contents
8. Asian Tsunami: How a Tidal Wave Can also Be a Catalyst 211
Leather Goes Global212
Textiles: A Chinese Tsunami?215
Drivers of Change?222
Catalyzing Local Industry224
Chinese Workers in African Factories227
9. Exporting Green Revolution: From Aid to Agribusiness232
Challenges and Opportunities234
China’s Traditional Aid236
Doing Well by Doing Good?239
Wang Yibin and South–South Cooperation241
From Weeds to Seeds244
The Father of Hybrid Rice246
China’s Agrotechnology Centers: Sustainability and Business247
10. Foreign Farmers: Chinese Settlers in Rural Africa253
Going Global in Agriculture255
Food Security: China and Africa256
Mega-Projects257
In the North, There is Only Magbass259
Not a Good Chew on the Bones265
Liu Jianjun’s ‘‘Baoding Villages’’266
11. Rogue Donor? Myths and Realities273
‘‘Chinese Aid: It’s All about Oil/Minerals/Resources’’277
‘‘China Enables Sudan to Get Away with Murder in Darfur’’281
‘‘China Hurts Efforts to Strengthen Democracy and
Human Rights in Africa’’284
‘‘Chinese Support Kept Robert Mugabe in Power
in Zimbabwe’’287
‘‘China is Making Corruption Worse’’292
‘‘Chinese Aid and Loans are Part of a System of
‘Unfair’ Subsidies’’297
‘‘China Gains Business with Low Environmental and
Social Standards’’299contents xiii
Conclusion: Engaging China307
Appendices313
Endnotes318
Index385

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