Chinese peacekeepers attend a ceremony in Zhengzhou before leaving for South Sudan on September 21 on a one-year mission. Photo: Xinhua Chinese peacekeepers attend a ceremony in Zhengzhou before leaving for South Sudan on September 21 on a one-year mission. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese peacekeepers attend a ceremony in Zhengzhou before leaving for South Sudan on September 21 on a one-year mission. Photo: Xinhua

To intervene or not? China’s foreign policy experiment in South Sudan raises questions

Yanmei Xie and Casie Copeland say China’s growing involvement in South Sudan’s civil war differs from its past approach to non-interference, though there is debate on the long-term implications as its role in African, and global, security affairs increases

Topic |   China’s military
Chinese peacekeepers attend a ceremony in Zhengzhou before leaving for South Sudan on September 21 on a one-year mission. Photo: Xinhua Chinese peacekeepers attend a ceremony in Zhengzhou before leaving for South Sudan on September 21 on a one-year mission. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese peacekeepers attend a ceremony in Zhengzhou before leaving for South Sudan on September 21 on a one-year mission. Photo: Xinhua
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