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Blogs, think tanks, et forums

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IFRI, Institut Français des Relations Internationales : http://www.ifri.org

Asia Centre, China Analysis: http://www.centreasia.eu/publications/china analysis

East by Southeast: http://www.eastbysoutheast.com/

Les mailing lists: Minjianchina et China in Africa/Africa in China

Documentaires

China Rises: A Four-Part Television Series and Interactive Web, New York Times, 2006, http://www.nytimes.com/packages/html/specials/chinarises/intro/ABOUT_FEATURE/alt_00.html

Laurent VÉDRINE, Kinshasa Beijing Story, 2008: http://www.harmattantv.com/videos/film-(vod-dvd)-2167-KINSHASA-BEIJING-STORY-DOCUMENTAIRES.html

Marc et Nick FRANCIS, When China meets Africa, 2010:
http://whenchinametafrica.com/

Solange GUO CHATELARD et Scott CORBEN, King Cobra and the Dragon, Aljazeera, 2011: http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/peopleandpower/2012/01/20121484624797945.html

China: Shaking the World, BBC World Service, 2011: http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/documentaries/2010/05/100513_china_shaking_the_world_part_one.shtml.

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