A Chatham House Report
While the roles of China, India, and increasingly Brazil in relation to Africa attract much policy interest, the growing engagement of other “middle” emerging powers such as Turkey and South Korea receives little attention. This report takes contrasting case studies to question whether the trend for diplomatic and economic outreach between African states and middle-ranking emerging powers is sustainable.
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July 1, 2002