Journal

New Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 3/2017

As a consequence of its strong economic growth, China is increasing its international investments and its influence in other parts of the world. From the perspective of political ecology, the current issue of the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs examines the impact of Chinese investments in natural resources and hydropower on regions rich in resources, such as Africa and Asia.

Journal of Current Chinese Affairs Vol. 46, No. 3 (2017)

Political Ecology of a Rising China

Introduction

  • May Tan-Mullins: Dancing to China’s Tune: Understanding the Impacts of a Rising China through the Political-Ecology Framework
    Abstract | PDF

Research Articles

  • Adebusuyi Isaac Adeniran: Repository Africa in the Evolving “Chinese Century”: The Uneven Sino–Nigerian Water Conservation Partnership
    Abstract | PDF
  • Meredith J. DeBoom: Nuclear (Geo)Political Ecologies: A Hybrid Geography of Chinese Investment in Namibia’s Uranium Sector
    Abstract | PDF
  • Oliver Hensengerth: Regionalism, Identity, and Hydropower Dams: The Chinese-Built Lower Sesan 2 Dam in Cambodia
    Abstract | PDF
  • Shun Deng Fam: China Came, China Built, China Left?: The Sarawakian Experience with Chinese Dam Building
    Abstract | PDF

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