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Jan 28, 2014

The Chinese government is receiving praise for the role it played in bringing Sudan's rival factions together to draft a tenuous ceasefire. This is among the first instances where Beijing has a played a central role in international diplomacy and may be a hint of a new, more robust foreign policy. This week's special guest, Chris Alden of the South African Institute of International Affairs, explains why this could be critically important for Africa.