African East-Asian Affairs

AEAA and China Monitor

The African East-Asian Affairs (AEAA) is an international, African based journal. It focuses on the developments and nuances of the relationship between Africa and East-Asian nations, including China, Japan, Korea and the ASEAN states. Topics covered include both the domestic developments and the international relations of these states, with a focus on their engagement with Africa. Articles published fall within the social sciences and related disciplines, such as politics, economics, environmental studies and law. The AEAA was formerly known as the China Monitor, a title that has now been reserved for special topical issues only. The journal has been in circulation since 2006. The AEAA in its current form was re-launched in 2012.

DHET Accredited since January 2015


Submissions to African East-Asian Affairs | The China Monitor:

The editor for the African East-Asian Affairs (AEAA) invites submissions of academic articles on the topic area of/related to domestic developments in East Asian countries (China, Japan, Korea and ASEAN states) as well as the international relations of these states, preferably including (if not focussing) on their engagement with or policies towards Africa.

Submissions should be made electronically. Please email submissions to aeaa@sun.ac.za. Submissions should contain the words “AEAA Submission” along with the authors name and date in the subject line.

 


No 3-4 (2015)

Table of Contents

Articles

Policies, achievements and problems of full-time higher vocational education teacher development in China:1983-2013 PDF
Wang Qi, Zhang Juxia
China-Africa humanistic education co-operation: a road toward cultural diversity PDF
Jian Junbo
Tokunbo and Chinco economies in Nigeria: rethinking encounters and continuities in local economic transformations PDF
Kudus Adebayo
China’s Engagement with Nigeria: Opportunity or Opportunist? PDF
Emeka Umejei
Forum: The power of language: globalising the “Chinese Dream” PDF
Anny Boc
China’s growing security relationship with Africa: for whose benefit? PDF
David H. Shinn

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