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May Tan-Mullins

MARCUS POWER Reader in Human Geography at the University of Durham, UK. His research interests include post-socialist transformations in Southern Africa; critical geographies and genealogies of (post)development; post-colonial geographies of Lusophone Africa; vision, visuality and geopolitics and the terms of China-Africa engagement. He is author of Rethinking Development Geographies (Routledge, 2003). 
GILES MOHAN Professor of International Development at The Open University, UK. He is a human geographer who studies African governance and the transnational connections to and from Africa, especially migrants. He has published extensively in geography, development studies and African studies journals and has consulted for a range of BBC documentaries on issues of international development.
MAY TAN-MULLINS Assistant Professor in International Relations, at the division of International Studies, University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China. She is also a consultant for the National Bureau of Asian Research, Revenue Watch and Transparency and Accountability Initiative in the United States, working on energy and resources issues. 


Works

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China's Resource Diplomacy in Africa
Powering Development?

Palgrave Macmillan
China's enhanced role within the global economy has profound political implications across the world, but takes a particular form in Africa. Over the past few...
May Tan-Mullins

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