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China, Africa, and the Future of the Internet
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Table of Contents

  • 1. China and the Shaping of Africa's Information Societies
  • 2. China as Partner: Financing Africa's Information Societies
  • 3. Innovative Democrats and Developmental States
  • 4. China as a Model? The Multiple Faces of the Chinese Internet
  • 5. Is it really About China? The Securitization of Development and It's Influence on Africa's Information societies
  • 6. The Future of the Global Internet

About the Author

Iginio Gagliardone teaches Media and Communication at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, and is Associate Research Fellow in New Media and Human Rights in the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy (PCMLP), University of Oxford.

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'Impressive and rigorous, China, Africa and the Future of the Internet respects different schools of thought regarding the internet and development, whilst providing a critique that is schooled and convincing. Gagliardone takes an issue of great importance and brings fresh and penetrating analysis to it.'
Monroe E. Price, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania

'A very original, rigorous and well-cited contribution to the wider field of China-Africa studies and the current global conversation on internet governance. China, Africa and the Future of the Internet provides a useful counter-perspective to the dominant discourse around internet governance which tends to focus on the global north, excluding the notable developments in internet governance taking place in the global south.'
Cobus van Staden, Co-host of the China in Africa Podcast

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