Archivos de Categoría: Asia

China y la vaticinada “extinción leninista”

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La Tercera, 17.08.2022
Jorge Heine, profesor de RR.II. (Universidad de Boston)
Con la caída del Muro de Berlín y la posterior desaparición de la Unión Soviética, muchos vaticinaron lo que llamaron “la extinción leninista”. Con ello se referían a lo que consideraban seria la inevitable desaparición de todos...
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Indo-Pacífico Libre y Abierto: El legado de Shinzo Abe 1954-2022

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AthenaLab, 08.07.2022
Juan Pablo Toro
El ex primer ministro de Japón Shinzo Abe (1954-2022) debiera ser recordado como uno de los líderes que más transformó el paisaje geopolítico del siglo XXI, en su calidad de arquitecto de la visión estratégica del Indo-Pacífico Abierto (FOIP, por sus siglas en inglés), un espacio de prosperidad compartida donde debe...
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Shinzo Abe: A Legendary Geopolitical Strategist Who Transformed Japan

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News18, 09.07.2022
Sanbeer Singh Ranhotra
For Shinzo Abe, the Indo-Pacific was a region that could not be lost to China under any circumstances
Padma Vibhushan Shinzo Abe, former Prime Minister of Japan was assassinated on Friday. For India, Shinzo Abe’s assassination hurts like a personal loss. For Indians who knew of Shinzo Abe’s stature and his role...
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Modi’s Multipolar Moment Has Arrived

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Foreign Policy, 06.06.2022
Derek Grossman, analista de defensa (Rand Corp.)
India, now courted by all sides, is the clear beneficiary of Russia’s war.
In every crisis, someone always benefits. In the case of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, that someone is Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. By refusing to condemn Moscow and join Western-led sanctions, Modi has managed...
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An appalling slur on the civilisation state that is India

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Indian Punchline, 06.06.2022
M.K. Bhadrakumar, embajador (r) y columnista indio
The outrage in the Muslim world over the transgression of the red line in anti-Muslim politics in India is understandable, although the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party acted swiftly for damage control. The point is, the world has taken note that anti-Muslim politics has reached a crescendo...
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Engagement With China Was Always a Long Shot

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Foreign Policy, 12.05.2022
Aaron L. Friedberg, Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University.

Beijing’s Leninist regime is fundamentally resistant to change.

As the Cold War drew to a close, the United States and the other liberal democracies opened their doors to China in the belief that, by doing so, they would cause its system...
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Central Asia Is Keeping a Nervous Eye on Russia’s War in Ukraine

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World Politics Review, 26.04.2022
Jeffrey Mankoff, académico (Institute for National Strategic Studies-U.S. National Defense University)
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is upending the geopolitical calculations of states around the world. The fallout is especially complex for the post-Soviet states of Central Asia, which maintain extensive economic, political, cultural and other ties to both Russia and Ukraine. While...
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Sri Lankan situation is fraught with danger

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Indian Punchline, 15.05.2022
M.K. Bhadrakumar, embajador (r), profesor y columnista indio
India finds itself between the rock and a hard place in its approach to the Sri Lankan crisis. There is no question that the government attributes primacy to Sri Lanka remaining a practising democracy. But the developing situation in that country is going to be...
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