David Ceasar Wani

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David Ceasar Wani Suliman is a Doctoral Fellow (Ph.D.) in the school of Political Science and Public Administration at Shandong University China, Majoring in International Politics. He worked as a Research assistant at Jilin University China; He Achieved Master’s degree in International Relations from Jilin University China, and correspondingly graduated with honors from Cavendish University Uganda with bachelor degree in international relations and diplomatic studies.

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Russia-China relations: Engagement abilities in managing their differences in Central Asia

Ever since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Moscow and Beijing have converted their relationship from being Cold War rivals to become realistic partners...

Understanding the Question of What Hopes China can bring to the African Continent

Today, China plays a new role in the international system, garnering increasing attention around the globe. In its expedition to develop and improve its...

The Struggle for Power, Profits and Prestige in the International System

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Gains of China’s soft power in Africa over the West

China portrays itself as a “Third World” country that pursues an "independent" foreign policy of peace. And by the Third World, it means that China is...

Russia –Africa Economic Forum: The Renewed Commitment on Russia-Africa Relations

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Unilateralism Vs Multilateralism

During the 73rd sessions of the general assembly at the UN, the crunch of unilateralism and multilateralism between US and China kicked off, in...

China-South Sudan Relations: From Margin to the Spotlight

As China is marching up its Pac, into Africa, (Rotberg, 2008) since the new century, its relations with some, fragile states, in Africa are...

The Absences of Peace and Security: As a countless hazard to the humankind

World peace, or peace on Earth, is the concept of an ideal state of happiness, freedom and peace within and among all people and...

Law in societies: Encounters vs. Anarchy

In this essay I will discuss the purpose of law in society but before I go further law refers to the system of rules...

Belt and Road in Africa: Opportunities and Challenges

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