China Engages Latin America: Tracing the TrajectoryAdrian H. Hearn and José Luis León-Manríquez, editors
|ISBN: 978-1-58826-767-2 |
|2011/325 pages/LC: 2011011378 |
What inroads is China making in Latin America? In China Engages Latin America, experts from three continents provide local answers to this global question.
The authors explore the multiple motivations driving the establishment of new Sino–Latin American linkages, the nature of those linkages, and the reactions that they have generated. They also examine how China–Latin America relations have developed over more than two hundred years. The result is a work that deals with key issues of broad regional relevance, as well as country-specific political, economic, and cultural concerns.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Adrian H. Hearn is associate professor of Latin American studies at the University of Melbourne. He is author of Cuba: Religion, Social Capital, and Development, and is currently writing a book on China's cultural and diplomatic relations with Cuba and Mexico. José Luis León-Manríquez is professor of political science at Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana in Mexico City. He has served as deputy director of the Diplomatic Academy in the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is coeditor of China en el Siglo XXI: Economía, Política y Sociedad de una Potencia Emergente.
- Foreword—David Shambaugh.
- China and Latin America: A New Era of an Old Exchange—the Editors.
- GRAND STRATEGIES AND LOCAL RESPONSES.
- The China–Latin America Relationship: Convergences and Divergences—A.C. Armony.
- Ten Key Questions—S. Jiang.
- Economic Fundamentals of the Relationship—J. Santiso and R. Avendano.
- China's Challenge to Latin American Development—E. Dussel Peters.
- The Obama Administration, Latin America, and the Middle Kingdom—C.A. Watson.
- Conflicting US Perceptions of China’s Inroads in Latin America—D.P. Erikson.
- COUNTRY STUDIES.
- China and Mexico: Trade, Migration, and Guanxi—A.H. Hearn, A. Smart, and R. Hernàndez Hernàndez.
- China's Relations with Mexico and Chile: Boom for Whom?—J.L. León-Manríquez.
- China and Cuba: Past, Present, and Future— X. Mao, C. Alzugaray Treto, L. Weiguang, and A.H. Hearn.
- China's Relations with Central America and the Caribbean States: Reshaping the Region—F. Haro Navejas.
- China and Venezuela: Oil, Technology, and Socialism—G.S. Paz.
- China and Brazil: Two Trajectories of a "Strategic Partnership"—R. Tavares Maciel and D.K. Nedal.
- China and Argentina: Beyond the Quest for Natural Resources—J.E. Malena.
- China, Latin America, and the Trajectory of Change—the Editors.