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Feb 26, 2014

China is well-known for its ability to endure volatile, high-risk environments in Africa but with the resumption of fighting in South Sudan, there are indications that even Beijing may be reaching the limits of their risk tolerance. With its oil workers evacuated and its diplomacy encountering new obstacles, China is well-positioned now to follow the US lead when Chevron fled Sudan never to return. Dr. Dan Large of Central European University joins us to discuss the future of China's relationship with Africa's youngest, and now most volatile country.