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Given Darfur, Why are African Leaders Infatuated with...

  • Aired: 10/10/2008
  • 37:47
  • Rating: TV-G
Edward Friedman, Professor, Department of Political Science, UW-Madison Professor Ed Friedmen looks into the "love affair" between the Communist Party regime in Beijing, China, which continuously and systematically abuses human rights, and the elites in sub-Saharan Africa.
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Professor Ed Friedman ponders the relationship between sub-Saharan Africa and China.
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