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May 11, 2012

China in Africa: Is China putting the hurt on Africa's free press?

Western media has long given Africa a consistently negative--if indeed often painfully accurate--portrayal as troubled, poor, corrupt and violent. Is China, now Africa's biggest trading partner, engaged in a new public relations crusade to counter that image? If so, is China's new campaign an even-handed one? See at Deborah Brautigam's China in Africa "Africa's Free Press Problem: Is China Causing It?"

From Henry Hall's China Africa News

Posted by JD Hull at May 11, 2012 11:59 PM


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