Identify the correct statement explaining China’s relationship with Africa. (Refer to e-reserve reading by Hanauer and Morris)
1. The origins of bilateral relations between China and Africa can be traced to the initiation of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in 2000.
2. China’s involvement in Africa is primarily motivated by its desire to enhance development and promote peace and stability on the continent.
3. China is a communist regime, however, it conforms to the practice of trade liberalization with African countries.
4. China subscribes to a conventional notion of human rights emphasizing the protection and consolidation of political liberties.
5. China’s adherence to the principle of non-interference implies that unlike the West, it does not attach any conditions to aid and trade agreements and has no bearing on the development trajectory of African countries.
3.China is a communist regime, however, it conforms to the practice of trade liberalization with African countries.