China’s Evolving Policy of Intervention in African Conflicts

Korinko, Georgina Nashipai, Chelang’a, James Kiprop


This article attempts to explore the extent of application of China’s policy of non-interference. It compares the application of this policy on some selected African states and attempts to find out whether or not the adopted long term policy and visible shifts can be good for China or Africa as she experiences increased interactions with specific African states on eco-socio-political fronts. By use of qualitative design, the authors extensively relied on written material in this discourse as a way of arriving at intelligible conclusions as to whether the policy will also enhance African peace.

Keywords: Intervention, Non-interference, African Peace, Conflict

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