Some of the Western journalists have been promoting the cause of the Darfur Crisis by linking it to the Beijing Olympics whereby the host is reported to possess an influential role on the Sudanese government, and a case in which it has not put its position to greater use. Even some celebrities have readily termed the soon-to-be held Olympics as a “genocide” one because of
Yesterday, a writer who contributed articles to the International Herald Tribune, went a bit further by criticizing
The author mentioned that China which has a growing commercial oil interests in both countries (Chad and Sudan) should have use her influential role to persuade the Sudanese government to stop aiding the rebels to overthrow the present government of Chad or nudging the two parties to a political settlement. He opined that the lack of democratic content in
First, it has always been
Second, it is all the more important that
Third, the foreign policy of truly independent nation is mostly decided by the ruling administration of the country’s concerned. Even in democratic and developing NIC countries like
In conclusion it is a wise decision on the part of the Chinese to stay out of Chadian politics and left the rival parties to resolve themselves, after all, under the capitalist’s economics theory there is such a thing as an equilibrium position which is more stable and lasting without outside interference.