Archivos de Categoría: China

Acciones internacionales no obstante la crisis

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Wall Street International, 26.06.2020, 
Samuel Fernández Illanes, embajador (r), abogado (PUC) y profesor (U. Central)
Estos han sido los protagonistas políticos de las últimas semanas más allá de la pandemia
Pareciera que el mundo se hubiere detenido durante la crisis sanitaria, postergando innumerables actividades hasta superarla. Sin embargo, ninguna de estas afirmaciones es enteramente real. Cierto es, que...
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Chinese Diplomats Behaving Badly

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Project-Syndicate, 09.06.2020
Minxin Pei
At a time when China’s reputation is suffering and its relationship with the United States is in freefall, the country’s diplomats should be focused on differentiating China’s foreign policy from that of US President Donald Trump. Yet they are doing just the opposite.
Chinese diplomats have long had a reputation as well-trained, colorless,...
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China Is Pushing India Closer to the United States

Artículo
Foreign Policy, 09.06.2020
Anik Joshi, experto en políticas públicas basado en Washington D.C.
Border issues, Pakistan issues, and an aggressive Beijing are causing New Delhi to pick sides in the new cold war
[caption id="attachment_42421" align="alignright" width="400"] An Indian Army soldier stands in front of a group of People's Liberation...
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As U.S. Injustices Rage, China’s Condemnation Reeks of Cynicism

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Foreign Policy, 05.06.2020
Ho-fung Hung,  profesor de economía políica chino (U. de Johns Hopkins)
Beijing is no ally to those fighting for justice—it’s simply defending its own injustices.
The protests across the United States triggered by the killing of George Floyd in police custody have inspired a wave of demonstrations around the globe. Protesters in Australia, Brazil,...
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From Naive to Realist? The EU’s Struggles With China

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World Politics Review, 28.05.2020
Heather A. Conley, directora del Programa Europa (Center for Strategic and International Studies) 
[caption id="attachment_42360" align="alignright" width="405"] Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, left, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel inspect an honor guard during a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing,...
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EEUU y China salen muy tocados de esta crisis

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El Confidencial, 03.06.2020
Jorge Dezcállar de Mazarredo, Embajador de España
Ni la 'pax sinica' ni el eslogan 'America First' resultan hoy atractivos para un mundo que ve con estupor sus peleas cargadas de desinformaciones
Cuando le preguntaron a Chu En Lai, a la sazón ministro de Asuntos Exteriores de la China de Mao, su opinión sobre a...
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Detengamos a China, pero hagámoslo bien

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PanAm Post, 15.05.2020
Jorge Galicia
El mundo libre solo debe retomar su esencia favorable a libertad individual para plantear a China una competencia seria y sostenida
China mintió, gente murió”, eso es lo que afirman numerosas voces que intentan responsabilizar al gigante asiático del caos global que ha generado la propagación de la enfermedad COVID-19, y es que al...
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Has covid-19 killed globalisation?

Editorial
The Economist, 14.05.2020
The flow of people, trade and capital will be slowed
Even before the pandemic, globalisation was in trouble. The open system of trade that had dominated the world economy for decades had been damaged by the financial crash and the Sino-American trade war. Now it is reeling from its third body-blow in a dozen...
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Will There Be Any Superpower in the Post-COVID Era?

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World Politics Review, 15.05.2020
Candace Rondeaux, académica y profesora Center on the Future of War (New America-Arizona State University)
[caption id="attachment_42277" align="alignright" width="405"] President Donald Trump arrives to speak about the coronavirus during a press briefing at the White House in Washington, May 11, 2020 (AP/Alex Brandon).[/caption] What happens when...
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Is the EU’s COVID-19 Response Losing Central and Eastern Europe to China?

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World Politics Review, 08.05.2020
Aryaman Bhatnagar, analista de política internacional
[caption id="attachment_42242" align="alignright" width="405"] A billboard at a municipal office building showing Serbian and Chinese flags reading: “Iron friends, together in good and evil!” in Belgrade, Serbia. (AP/Darko Vojinovic)[/caption] China has made concerted attempts recently to rewrite the global narrative about...
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