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During the last decade, Asian countries have become more noticeable in Africa. "China in Africa," and then "India in Africa," have been talked about as hot topics in academia and journalism. We have already seen an enormous amount of research about "China in Africa." Before China and India, the issue of "Japan in Africa" was focused on in the 1990s. "South Korea in Africa" is the next issue. This article aims to understand the "Asian" character of African policy through a comparative study ofdoi:10.14989/169673 fatcat:jd323qr55beyljlyr2fedgxndq