Afrasia: A Tale of Two Continents   Author: Seifudein Adem, Ali A. Mazrui.
Lessons from/for BRICSAM about South–North Relations at the Start of the 21st Century: Economic Size Trumps All Else?   Author: Andrew F. Cooper, Agata Antkiewicz, Timothy M. Shaw.
Political warfare in sub-Saharan Africa: U.S. capabilities and Chinese operations in Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa   Author: Donovan C. Chau, Army War College (U.S.).
The Role of Public Sentiment and Social Media in the Evolving China–Africa Relationship   Author: Yu-Shan Wu.
From Financial Assets to Financial Statecraft: the case of China and emerging economies of Africa and Latin America   Author: Friedrich Wu, Koh De Wei.
China’s and Japan’s Foreign Aid Policies vis-à-vis Lusophone Africa   Author: Pedro Miguel Amakasu Raposo de Medeiros Carvalho.
Is Beijing's Non-Interference Policy History? How Africa is Changing China   Author: Harry Verhoeven.
China and Africa Rebooted: Globalization(s), Simplification(s), and Cross-cutting Dynamics in “South–South” Relations   Author: Julia C. Strauss.
A Novel Conceptual Framework for the Study of EU Foreign Policy in a Multipolar World   Author: Anna Stahl.
China and Liberia: Engagement in a Post-Conflict Country: 2003-2013   Author: Guillaume Moumouni.
The morality of China in Africa the Middle Kingdom and the Dark Continent   Author: Stephen Chan.
Something new out of Africa? Chinese, US and EU strategies for the continent   Author: Manuel MANRIQUE Gil.
Events over endeavours: image of the Chinese in Zambia and Angola   Author: Jaroslaw Jura, Kaja Kaluzynska, Paulo de Carvalho.
Charting the Roots of Anti-Chinese Populism in Africa   Author: Steve Hess, Richard Aidoo.
China-Mali relationship : finding mutual benefit between unequal partners   Author: Harrie Esterhuyse, Kane Moctar.
China and the Insecurity of Development in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)   Author: Devon Curtis.
Contrasting Rhetoric and Converging Security Interests of the European Union and China in Africa   Author: Anna Katharina Stahl.
China and Africa: Whose Challenge and Whose Opportunity?   Author: Maxi Schoeman.
China in Kenya: Addressing Counterfeit Goods and Construction Sector Imbalances   Author: Hilary Patroba.
China's Sudan Engagement: Changing Northern and Southern Political Trajectories in Peace and War   Author: Daniel Large.
Caught in the Middle: China and India in Sudan’s Transition   Author: Daniel Large, Luke Patey.
China’s Evolving Behaviour in Africa and the Options of Cooperation with Europe   Author: Jonathan Holslag.
China and the EU's engagement in Africa: setting the stage for cooperation, competition or conflict? ; DIE research project "European Policy for Global Development"   Author: Christine Hackenesch.
China and the European Union in Africa: partners or competitors?   Author: Jing Men, Benjamin Barton.
Aid within the China-Africa Partnership: Emergence of an Alternative to the NEPAD Development Paradigm?   Author: Sara Van Hoeymissen.
Sino-African Relations: Historical Development and Long-term Challenges   Author: Jianjun Tu.
Towards China’s Integration into the Aid Donor Architecture: Learning from Chinese Participation in International Regimes   Author: Stefan Staehle.
South Africa’s relations with the People’s Republic of China : mutual opportunities or hidden threats?   Author: Sakhela Bulungu, John K. Daniel, Roger Southall, Jessica Lutchman, Sanusha Naidu.
Sudan’s Foreign Relations with Asia China and the Politics of ‘looking east’   Author: Daniel Large.
China & the Contradictions of ‘Non-interference’ in Sudan   Author: Daniel Large.
Commentary: China and Africa   Author: Howard W. French.
The EU, Africa and China: Towards trilateral dialogue and cooperation: communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions   Author: .
Arms, oil, and Darfur : the evolution of relations between China and Sudan   Author: .
The territorial trap: The geographical assumptions of international relations theory   Author: John Agnew.
Soft Power in Chinese Discourse: Popularity and Prospect   Author: Mingjiang Li.
Book Review of 'In search of structural power: EU aid policy as a global political instrument', Patrick Holden. Ashgate, Aldershot (2009)   Author: Pádraig Risteard Carmody.
Africa in international relations: The frontier as concept and metaphor   Author: Daniel Bach.
The EU and Africa: From Eurafrique to Afro-Europa   Author: Adekeye Adebajo, Kaye Whiteman.
On Diplomatic Strategy of “Keeping a Low Profile and Taking a Proactive Role When Feasible”   Author: Zhu Weilie.
Contemporary Chinese Foreign Affairs and International Relations   Author: Qiu Huafei.
Chinese Politics and International Relations: Innovation and Invention   Author: Nicola Horsburgh, Astrid Nordin, Shaun Breslin.
China, architecture and Ghana’s spaces: Concrete signs of a soft Chinese imperium?   Author: Lloyd G. Adu Amoah.
Accra, Africa and China's soft power ambitions   Author: Lloyd Amoah.
Public policy formation in Africa in the wake of the global finance meltdown:Building blocks for a new mind in a multipolarworld   Author: Dietz, K. Havnevik, M.M.A. Kaag, T. Oestigaard, Lloyd Amoah.
The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order   Author: Samuel P. Huntington.
Reorienting the world: with or without Africa   Author: Kwame Nimako.
China-Africa Relations: The Relevance of Strategic Engagement of African Civil Society Organisations with China   Author: Dietz, K. Havnevik, M.M.A. Kaag, T. Oestigaard, Ong'weng Okuro.
Responding to China in Africa   Author: David H. Shinn, Joshua Eisenman.
The EU’s Response to China’s Africa Safari: Can Triangular Co-operation Match Needs?   Author: Uwe Wissenbach.
African engagements : Africa negotiating an emerging multipolar world   Author: Dietz, K. Havnevik, M.M.A. Kaag, T. Oestigaard.
The Ashgate Research Companion to Regionalisms   Author: Timothy M. Shaw, J. Andrew Grant, Scarlett Cornelissen.
South Africa's relations with China and Japan   Author: Masters Lesley, Zondi Siphamandla, Scarlett Cornelissen.
Africa and International Relations in the 21st Century   Author: S. Cornelissen, F. Cheru, T. Shaw.
Africa's Place in International Relations: Domestic Politics, Global Linkages   Author: Maurizio Carbone, Ian Taylor.
"Africa Rising" and the Rising Powers   Author: Jamie Gaskarth, Ian Taylor, Rebecca Davies.
BRICS and Capitalist Hegemony in Theory and Practice   Author: Steen Fryba, Li Xing, Christensen, Ian Taylor.
Introduction: Toward Afro-Asian Strategies for Containing Globalization   Author: Seifudein Adem Ph.D, Ali A. Mazrui.
New topographies of power? Africa negotiating an emerging multipolar world   Author: Dietz, K. Havnevik, M.M.A. Kaag, T. Oestigaard, S. Vittorini, D. Harris.
China into Africa: Conflict or the triumph of Western order?   Author: Dietz, K. Havnevik, M.M.A. Kaag, T. Oestigaard, G.R. Olsen.
The European Union's Africa Policies: Norms, Interests, and Impact   Author: Daniela Sicurelli.
The Rise of China and Asia's New Dynamics   Author: David Shambaugh, David L. Shambaugh.
The European Union in Africa: In search of a strategy   Author: Federiga Bindi, Irina Angelescu, M. Carbone.
Power Shift: China and Asia’s New Dynamics   Author: David Shambaugh, David L. Shambaugh.
International Relations of Asia   Author: David Shambaugh, Michael Yahuda.
India's rise in Africa   Author: Ian Taylor.
Europe's role in Asia: Distant but involved   Author: David Shambaugh, Michael Yahuda, S. Bersik.
Dysfunctional relations? Asians stakeholders' view on the European Union   Author: Alfonso Martinez Arranz, Pascaline Winand, Normann Witzleb, N. Chaban, M. Holland, S.Y. Lai.
Africa and the International System: The Politics of State Survival   Author: Clapham.
Africa in the world: A historical view   Author: Dietz, K. Havnevik, M.M.A. Kaag, T. Oestigaard, S. Ellis.
African Islam and Islam in Africa: encounters between Sufis and Islamists   Author: Eva Evers Rosander, David Westerlund.
African Studies in India   Author: Paul Tiyambe Zeleza, A. Biswas.
Bandung Revisited: The Legacy of the 1955 Asian-African Conference for International Order   Author: See Seng Tan, Amitav Acharya.
China's Struggle for Status: The Realignment of International Relations   Author: Yong Deng.
From Recipients to Donors: Emerging Powers and the Changing Development Landscape   Author: Emma Mawdsley.
Africa as an agent of international relations knowledge   Author: K. Smith.
Zaire in the international arena   Author: Winsome J. Leslie.
Engaging Africa: India's interests in the African continent, past and present   Author: Fantu Cheru, Cyril Obi, S.B. Bhattacharya.
India and South Africa: Ties that bind   Author: A. Sinha, M. Madhup, H. Bhasin.
The 1990s: Asia's Transformation and IR Theory   Author: Gilbert Rozman.
Pan-Africanism and the international system   Author: Tim Murithi, S. Ndlovu-Gatsheni.
Africa Rising?: BRICS - Diversifying Dependency   Author: Ian Taylor.
Introduction   Author: Gilbert Rozman.
Africans and Asians: Historiography and the Long View of Global Interaction   Author: Maghan Keita.
A non-Eurocentric global history of Asia   Author: Mark Beeson, Richard Stubbs, J.M. Hobson.
China-U.S. Oil Rivalry in Africa   Author: Zhao Hong.
Resurgent Africa's engagement with India, China and the Third Worls   Author: Dilip Lahiri, Jorg Schultz, Manish Chand, Nivedita Ray.
India and the Indian Diaspora   Author: David Scott, Ajay Dubey.
Japan's attitudes and policies towards African issues since 1945: a historical perspective   Author: Sunday O. Agbi.
Africa's International Relations: The Diplomacy of Dependency and Change   Author: Ali AlʼAmin Mazrui.
Countering 'New Imperialisms': What Role for the New Partnership for African Development   Author: Fantu Cheru, Cyril Obi, Fantu Cheru, M. Calais.
Non-alignment, Concept and Concerns   Author: D. R. Goyal.
Chinese public diplomacy: the rise of the Confucius Institute   Author: Falk Hartig.