La presencia de China en Sudáfrica y Zimbabue. Las dos caras de la Cooperación Sur-Sur (2000-2010)
This case study examines China's presence in South Africa and Zimbabwe, to try to understand the interests of the Asian country in carrying out projects for South-South Cooperation from 2000 to 2010. It seeks to analyze how the foreign policy of China towards this African countries, focused on South- South Cooperation, exposes the intentions of China to encourage economic development in South Africa and Zimbabwe, but simultaneously generates ambivalence on the management of cooperation mechanisms for its own benefits. To achieve the above, it’s important to study how China understands South-South Cooperation and its impact on foreign policy with both African countries. The paper also studies the development of relations between the aforementioned parties, taking into account the main projects promoted by China.