Japan’s Commitment to Africa

Africa, which is expected to account for a quarter of the world's population by 2050, is a young and hopeful continent where we can expect dynamic growth. Mr. KUMA Kengo, one of Japan’s leading architects, considers his experience in western Africa to be his starting point as an architect. He is now devoting himself to training young Africans. For him, Africa is a special place wh...

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Japan’s Commitment to Africa

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Editorial
The Clash of Systems: African Perceptions of the European Union and China Engagement

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Letters to Editor
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Perspectives
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Regions
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