THE BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE IN KENYA, AS REPRESENTED BY THE STANDARD GAUGE RAILWAY (SGR), ITS EFFECTS AND THE RESPONSE OF KENYANS TO IT.
Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in International Studies (MAIS)
College of Arts and Sciences
Nora Fisher Onar
China has sought to strengthen ties with many countries in the Global South, and many African countries have signed Memorandum of Agreements(MoU) with China leading to trade treaties, foreign direct investments, loans and grants flowing into the African continent from China. This aggressive push by China into Africa has come under intense scrutiny with different actors, scholars and powers having mixed takes on the move. In my thesis, I look at the ways in which China’s Belt and Road Initiative has been undertaken in Africa. I use Kenya as a main case study in looking at the ways in which the Belt and Road Initiative has gained ground in Africa and specifically look to see whether the move by China into Africa is a predatory move or one that bears with it a mutually beneficial making.
Yegon, Kiplangat Arap, "THE BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE IN KENYA, AS REPRESENTED BY THE STANDARD GAUGE RAILWAY (SGR), ITS EFFECTS AND THE RESPONSE OF KENYANS TO IT." (2022). Master's Theses. 1452.
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