We are very pleased to announce that the proceedings of the first AFRASO conference in 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, edited by Arndt Graf and Azirah Hashim have just been published.
John Njenga Karugia researches on political and economic interactions between Asia and Africa. He has researched intensively on Chinese migration to Africa and African migration to China. His current research focuses on the Indian Ocean.
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Karugia, Njenga John 2011: The Chinese in Tanzania: Migrants and Investors, in Duke East Asia Nexus Journal, Duke University, Durham.
Karugia, Njenga John 2010: Chinese Migration to Tanzania; Chinese Deaths and Chinese Experts Cemetery in Dar es Salaam Tanzania, in Afrika Tanulmanyok 2010. IV. Evfolyam, 1. szam.
Karugia, Njenga John 2009: China und Tansania – Chinesische Arbeiter, Chinesische Medizin und Chinesische Eisenbahn, Habari 4., Tanzania-Network e.V
Karugia, Njenga John 2009: Tansanias Erfahrungen mit chinesichen Arbeitgebern, Habari 4., Tanzania-Network e.V.
Karugia, Njenga John 2008: Africa Conflict Prevention: Early Warning and Early Response, A Critical Analysis of ECOWAS, IGAD, and SADC Systems, VDM Publishers, Saarbrucken.
Karugia, Njenga John 2008: Barack Obama, Jewish Gold, African Gods and Other Prose, Global Political Anthologies, BOD Publishers, Norderstedt.
Anyanwu, Rose-Juliet, Karugia John Njenga et. al 2007: Wittenberg Declaration for Entrepreneurial Spirit and Comparative Advantages in Africa, Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics, Wittenberg.