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When China Met Africa

LSE Arts and Department of International Development public film screening and discussion

Date: Wednesday 31 October 2012 
Time: 6.30-8.30pm 
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speakers: Dr Chris Alden, Nick Francis, Professor Jude Howell

Described by The Times as “a rare grass roots view into one of the most important economic challenges of our age”, When China Met Africa takes us to the grass-roots of globalisation to reveal the expanding footprint of a rising global power.

Chris Alden is a reader in international relations at LSE.

Nick Francis is director of When China Met Africa and co-director of Speakit Films.

Jude Howell is professor of international development at LSE.

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