China and Latin America in Transition
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This volume explores the policy dynamics, economic commitments and social impacts of the fast evolving Sino-LAC relations. China's engagement with Latin America and the Caribbean has entered into an era of strategic transition. While China is committed to strengthening its economic and political ties with Latin America and the Caribbean, Latin America as a bloc is enthusiastically echoing China's endeavor by diverting their focus toward the other side of the ocean. The transitional aspect of China-LAC ties is phenomenal, and is manifested not only in the accelerating momentum of trade,…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This volume explores the policy dynamics, economic commitments and social impacts of the fast evolving Sino-LAC relations. China's engagement with Latin America and the Caribbean has entered into an era of strategic transition. While China is committed to strengthening its economic and political ties with Latin America and the Caribbean, Latin America as a bloc is enthusiastically echoing China's endeavor by diverting their focus toward the other side of the ocean. The transitional aspect of China-LAC ties is phenomenal, and is manifested not only in the accelerating momentum of trade, investment, and loan but also in the China-CELAC Forum mechanism that maps out an institutional framework for decades beyond. While Latin America is redefined as an emerging priority to the leadership in Beijing, what are the responses from Latin America and the United States? In this sense, experts from four continents provide local answers to this global question.
Autorenporträt
Cui Shoujun is Associate Professor and Assistant Dean at the School of International Studies at Renmin University of China (RUC). He is founder and director of the Centre for Latin America Studies at RUC. He also acts as the executive director of the Contemporary China Studies Program (CCSP) at RUC.
Manuel Pérez García is Associate Professor at the School of International Studies, Renmin University of China. He is founder and director of the Global History Network (GHN) in China (www.globalhistorynetwork.com). He has published and edited several books and articles in journals listed in SSCI. He is editor and reviewer of Latin American, European, and Asian academic journals.
Inhaltsangabe
PART I: China's New Commitments and Responses from Latin America
Chapter 1: China's New Commitments to LAC and Its Geopolitical Implications
Chapter 2: Towards an Understanding of a Global China: A Latin American Perspective
Chapter 3: New Development of China-Latin America Relations
Chapter 4: Role of the Asia-Pacific Region in Sino-Latin American International Relations
Chapter 5: New Opportunities and Challenges in Sino-Latin American Relations
Chapter 6: CELAC and China in Perspective: Regional Integration and Engagement Redefinition
PART II: Trade, FDI, Agriculture and Intellectual Property
Chapter 7: The Global Dimensions of 'One Belt, One Road' Strategy in China- Latin America IR: Towards a Sustainable Economic Growth Model
Chapter 8: Latin America and the Caribbean and China: Socioeconomic Debates on Trade and Investment and the case of CELAC
Chapter 9: The Changing Dynamics of China-Latin America Agriculture Relations
Chapter 10: Impact of Trans-Pacific Partnership's Intellectual Property Rights issues for Mexico and China
PART III: Culture, Civil Society and Social Impacts
Chapter 11: The Social Impact of the Commerce between China and Latin America: Towards the Reformulation of Exchange
Chapter 12: Cultural Differences and Similarities between China and Brazil: A Comparative Analysis Using Hofstede's Cultural Dimensions
Chapter 13: The Interaction between Ecuadorian NGOs and Chinese Enterprises in Ecuador: Toward Better Corporate Social Responsibility