China in International Conflict Management

Darfur Issue as a Case
  • Jian JunboEmail author


This chapter examines the case study of Chinese foreign policy toward the Darfur crisis and how Beijing responded to this unanticipated series of challenges to its non-intervention policy. The role of Beijing as a mediator and promoter of peaceful solutions to the unfolding events in Darfur is emphasized, shedding light on the aims and aspirations of Chinese foreign policy in Africa. Understanding how Beijing conceptualizes its role and the impact that this has had on policy approaches are unpacked in detail in this study.


Chinese foreign policy Non-intervention policy Peacekeeping Mediation Crisis management African security Darfur crisis African union Sudan 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of International StudiesFudan UniversityShanghaiChina

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