Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 1971. First Edition (presumed). Used - Very Good. Clean and sound. Lightly toned from age. Binding tight and square. Black cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Some wear to head/tail of spine and to corners. Prior owner's name on front pastedown. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. 15.5 x 23.5 cm. 268 pp. / Good. Some wear and toning. Brodart protective cover applied. Item #7710
This account of Chinese political and economic activities on the African continent explores several questions of interest to students of international politics and revolutionary practice.
-- How has the Chinese government gone about creating formal relationship with the countries of Africa?
-- What have been the objectives of Peking as shown by its statements and actions?
-- What can be said of the strengths and weaknesses of Chinese policy, and what are its prospects?