Wilson Center Projects
Constructing China’s Identity in Africa: A Case Study of China-Zambia Relations
Emmanuel Matambo is an aspiring Zambian academic of African politics and international relations. He holds a doctorate degree in political science. One of his compelling passions is to contribute to efforts that are intended to bolster Africa’s social, economic and political fortunes as the continent situates itself in an increasingly globalized world. His main area of interest is African agency, especially the continent’s relationship with outside states and institutions, mainly China. He also focuses on Africa’s long overdue role as principal architect of peace and security on the continent.
Matambo, E. and Mtshali, K. 2016. The Relevance of Emmanuel Hevi: China in Contemporary Sino-African Relations. Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies, 9(4): 219-237.
Matambo, E. 2018. Formal against Indigenous and Informal Education in sub-Saharan Africa: The Battle of no Winners. Indilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems, 17(1): 1-13.
Matambo, E. 2018. Bystander in my own house: A critique of the African Union’s method and role in ending conflict and establishing peace in Africa. Journal of African Union Studies, 7(3).