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CSPAN
Apr 8, 2015 11:32pm EDT
last thing the one to do is alienate the state or the dod. >> with the influence of china were urge you see too high of of a way with military intervention? >> i will take a first shot. china is omnipresent in almost every african country but in the different way than the u.s.. not us sizable active military presence in most cases. their interests lie in other areas. in some incentives if there were the same issue that we've talked about of the private security force but there certainly was i never encountered any conflicts with that continent is a pretty significant economic competition but it never struck me other than competition at the adversarial. >> with the chinese system is almost the opposite is a reflection of our armed. how to mention how they're reluctant to put brusa the ground. china has u.s. peacekeeping the largest high contribution as they are operating in africa. pahang house since the end of 2008 with the task force of the chinese navy off the coast of somalia since 2008 continuously in the piracy operation. then to match the economic interest. >> as part of the i
CSPAN
Apr 5, 2015 4:15pm EDT
to ask with the influence of china on the african continent, where do you see america like having a support, the way they intervene african affair with military intervention, where do you see that? i was just curious? >> i will take a first shot at it. china is only present in almost every african country but they are present in a different way than the u.s. is. there wasn't a sizable active chinese military presence in most places in africa. their investment their interest lies in other areas. but there certainly were in some instances where there were compounds or large projects that were being conducted or performed by chinese businesses. united states issue that mark and john talked about, i can't of a private security force that is contracted to keep their workers say, keep the compound, equipment safe. but there certainly was i never encountered any conflicts with any chinese entity anywhere on the african continent. certainly out, i think there's pretty significant economic competition between the united states and others and china on the african continent. but it never struc
CSPAN
Mar 14, 2015 8:30pm EDT
influence of china on the african continent what you see america supporting the way they intervene with military intervention? >> china is omnipresent in almost every african country but it is different than the u.s.. there wasn't a sizable active military presence in most places their investment or interest lie in other areas but certainly there were compounds are large projects conducted are performed by chinese businesses that have the same issue that we talked about of a private security force contractors to keep workers safe. but certainly i never encountered any conflict with any chinese entity on the african continent. certainly there is the significant economic competition but it never struck me as anything better than competition and nothing bad -- ever serial -- adversarial. >> but with the policies that is the reflection of our own were mentioning how the u.s. is reluctant to put boots on the ground china has given u.n. peacekeeping the largest contribution there is probably 1800 chinese in various missions plus since the end of 2008 there has been a task force of the chinese
CSPAN
Apr 19, 2015 8:15am EDT
. >> i will take the first shot at. china is omnipresent in almost every african country but they are present in a different way than the u.s. is. there wasn't a sizable active chinese military presence in most places in africa. their investment, their interest lie in other areas. but there certainly were in some instances where there were compounds or large projects that were being conducted or performed by chinese businesses. q. magazine issue that mark and shauna talked about, again of a private security force that is contracted to keep their workers said, to keep their compound equipment safe. but there certainly, i never encountered any conflicts with any chinese entity anywhere on the african continent. certainly i think there's a pretty significant economic competition between the united states and others and china on the african continent but it never struck me as anything other than competition. certainly nothing adversarial. >> the interesting part if i can follow up, what's interesting is that chinese, just incentives and policies is the opposite or reflection of our own wh
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