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Feb 22, 2014

The first signs of an embryonic Chinese policy for Africa date back to 1955 t the Bandung Conference in Indonesia where foreign minister Zhou Enlai articulated many of the key tenants of China's African policy objectives that are still relevant today. So, to fully understand the current state of Sino-African ties, it is critical to look back at what happened in Bandung.