Chinese Developmental State model: Alternative Strategy for Africa’s Development
Agaba, J. E.; Member George Genyi E.
Journal of International Relations and Foreign Policy, 1(1), pp. 41-54.

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Agaba, J. E., & E., George Genyi Member. (2013). Chinese Developmental State model: Alternative Strategy for Africa’s Development. Journal of International Relations and Foreign Policy, 1(1), pp. 41-54.

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4. Ibid.

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30. Ibid., 20.

31. Ibid., 22.

32. Ibid., 23.

33. Kwanashie, “Development”, 130.

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35. Ibid., 140.

36. Ibid.

37. Ibid.

38. Mbabazi, “Which Way”, 52.

39. Ibid., 53.

40. Ibid.

41. Ibid.

Agaba, J. E., PhD
Department of History
Benue State University
Makurdi, Nigeria.

Name: Member Euginia George-Genyi
Date of Birth : 3rd March, 1972
Sex: Female
Marital Status: Married to Dr. George Akwaya Genyi
Nationality: Nigerian
State of Origin: Benue
Contact Address: Department of Political Science, Benue State University, Makurdi - Nigeria
Residential Address: No 31, BSU Quarters, Second Gate, Gboko Road, Makurdi, Benue State - Nigeria
Email: memberdeakaa@yahoo.com
Educational Qualification: B.Sc – 1995, MSc - 1999, Phd Political Science – 2008
Appointment: Current Head of Department, Political Science, Benue State University, Makurdi - Nigeria.