Sticking in Africa in a way: With geopolitical competition between the United States and China taking central stage in global affairs Folashade Soule, a senior Research Associate at the University of Oxford, argues that that African governments should avoid the zero-sum game, especially when dealing with US-China rivalry. Instead, in an article published on The Conversation, she says they should adopt measures that strategically play rivals against each other and implement long-term strategies and domestic policies for dealing with strategic partners like China. To read the full article, that gives examples of how this can be done, visit the News Blog page on the Future Media website.
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