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Griffiths, M. et al. (2008). International Relations: The Key Concepts (2nd ed.). London: Routledge Key Guides.

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  • TITLE: Evidence of the Positive Impact of South-South Cooperation in the Field of Natural Resources: The Specific Case of Sino-Central African Relations

    AUTHORS: Mario Azou-Passonda, Wei Hong, Dalin-Kpana Fami Ferdinand

    KEYWORDS: South-South Relations, Natural Resources, Impact, China, Central African Republic

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Political Science, Vol.9 No.3, June 3, 2019

    ABSTRACT: In this article, we highlight people’s appreciation of the positive impact of South-South relations. This study is based on data collected from a survey conducted in 2018 with 624 people. Through this study, we study how the actions led by China in the field of natural resources in CAR have impacted in the country and on local people. We note that the presence of a foreign power in the field of natural resources is conditioned by the achievement of certain actions in quite diverse fields. Also, no results indicate that China has conducted many actions in CAR that have had a positive impact on the sample. Through this study, we show the importance of diversifying part- nerships through South-South relations. We found that China does not condition its interventions by political or social requirements. China’s relations with CAR, as with all other African countries, are based on the principle of win-win cooperation. Beyond France and China, this article concerns others states wishing to invest in the Central African Republic (also in all Africa countries). It invites them to adopt the principle of mutually beneficial cooperation in the development of a poor country.