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China and Mozambique: From Comrades to Capitalists
China’s rising position in African affairs, from that of quiescence to becoming a key economic actor on the continent, is now a well-recognized fact.
Africa and China
The ways in which Africans, their organisations and governments shape relations with China.
China´s Economic Engagement in Africa – A Case Study of Angola
This book analyzes the growing influence of China in Angola.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative
The book describes the background leading to China’s decision to change its national economic strategy.
Conceiving Mozambique (African Histories and Modernities)
This book is a vivid history of Frelimo, the liberation movement that gained power in Mozambique following the sudden collapse of Portuguese rule in 1974.
History of East Timor
The book is a compilation of revised articles published between 1995 and 2011 that tackles issues such as ethnicity, languages and East Timor's pre-colonial history.
History of Timor-Leste
An overview of the country's history from the first traces of human habitation through its independence in May 2002.
Mozambique and Brazil-Forging New Partnerships or Developing Dependency?
This book critically investigates the expanding involvement of a leading emerging power, Brazil, in one of Africa’s fastest growing economies, Mozambique.
Pearl River Delta
The book “Pearl River Delta – From World Factory to Global Innovator” attempts to explore deeper the region’s economic future.
Political Symbols and National Identity in Timor-Leste (Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies)
This book explores how national identity has been negotiated and (re)imagined through the political symbols that embody it in post-conflict Timor-Leste.