“FOCAC Twelve Years Later: Achievements, Challenges and the Way Forward”, report, july 2012

L’actualité des parutions est riche ces dernières semaines. Parmi les dernières en date, le rapport “FOCAC Twelve Years Later: Achievements, Challenges and the Way Forward”  est publié conjointement par le Centre des Etudes Africaines de l’Université de Pekin et le  Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) en prévision de la 5e conférence interministèrielle du FOCAC qui se tiendra les 19 et 20 juillet prochains à Beijing et devra notamment définir le nouveau  “Beijing Action Plan” (2013-2015). Il est coordonné par une équipe dirigée par le Professeur Li Anshan comprennant notamment, Pan Huaqiong (Peking University), Zeng Aiping (China Institute of International Studies) et  He Wenping (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences).

Le résumé précise les objectifs de ce bilan, qui est également de fournir des recommandations aux gouvernements chinois et africains :

“Twelve years have passed since the establishment of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC), an event that marked an important milestone in China-Africa relations. The forum is a platform to promote mutually beneficial South-South cooperation between China and Africa, based on mutual respect and non-interference in the internal affairs of African countries. In its ten year existence, FOCAC has achieved in deepening China-Africa relationsin the economic field. Trade, investment, infrastructure and capacity building have been comprehensively promoted. But as FOCAC prepares to enter the second decade, a number of steps must be taken by Chinese and African partners to improve the current institutional arrangement by expanding space for private sector and civil society participation in decision-making and by increasing the frequency of follow-up processes to ensure effective implementation of agreed upon targets.

 Le sommaire est le suivant et le texte complet est disponible en pdf ici :   FOCAC Twelve Years Late Achievements, Challenges and the Way Forward

  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Purpose
  • FOCAC ’s achievements
  • Approach to Research.
  • 1. C hina-Africa Relations: Historical Overview
  • 1.1 Four Decades of Strategic Support
  • 2. – Forum on China Africa Cooperation (FOCAC )
  • 2.1 The First Decade of FOCAC
  • 2.2 N ew Opportunities and Challenges
  • 2.3 O rigins of FOCAC
  • 3. – FOCAC Members and Their Functions
  • 3.1 C hinese Members and Their Functions
  • 3.2 C hinese Follow-Up Action Committee Leadership
  • 3.3 Plenary Conference and Enlarged Conference of the Follow-up Action Committee
  • 3.4 Participating Chinese Government Departments
  • 3.5 Vehicles to Promote Trade, Commerce, Banking and Investment
  • 3.6 O ther Relevant Chinese Institutions.
  • 3.7 A frican Members and Their Function(s)
  • 4. – FOCAC Operating Mechanisms
  • 4.1 Preparations and Formation.
  • 4.2 A frica’s Contribution to the Preparations for and Formation of FOCAC
  • 4.3 C haracteristics of Chinese Decision-making
  • 4.4 C onstant Improvement: Process of Policy-Making
  • 4.5 FOCAC : A platform for Mutual Learning and Decision-making
  • 5. – Evaluation of FOCAC
  • 5.1 FOCAC Achievements.
  • 5.2 Cooperation in Economic Development
  • 5.3 Problems and Challenges.
  • 6. S ustainability and FOCAC : Directions for Improvement
  • 6.1 Proposed FOCAC Institutionalization Process
  • 6.2 Possible Changes to Dialogue Mechanisms
  • 6.3 FOCAC and Sustainability.
  • 6.4 R einforcement of Interaction and African Dynamics
  • 6.5 I mproving the Organization and Management of International Cooperation
  • 6.6 Sustainability as a Strategic Principle for FOCAC
  • 6.7 Conclusions.
  • ANNE X .
  • Follow-up Action Achieved

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