Search: CELAC,China (3 materials)

BRICS — How Will the Organisation Get a ‘Second Wind’?

... perhaps Argentina to open their markets and increase competition with imports from China. China’s approach to the implementation of the BRICS+ format implies rather a “union of regionalisms”, when not trade blocs, but regional associations (SCO, CELAC, African Union) participate in the dialogue. China has established a dialogue with all these organisations (or being a member); there is a broad agenda of cooperation related to economic, political, scientific and technological areas and other topics. Obviously, the advantage of the Chinese approach ...

15.07.2022

BRICS+: It’s Back With Scale and Ambition

... African Union in 2022), United Arab Emirates (chairmanship in the Gulf Cooperation Council in 2022) and Argentina (chairmanship in CELAC in 2022) is suggestive of a regional approach to building the BRICS+ platform. That regional approach was also evidenced ... ... (chairmanship in ASEAN in 2022) as well as Senegal and Argentina that represented Africa and Latin America respectively. In effect China thus presented an inclusive format for dialogue spanning all the main regions of the Global South via aggregating the regional ...

10.06.2022

India and Latin America: When a Rising Power and an Emergent Growth Pole Engage

... the Pacific Alliance grouping (India enjoys an ‘Observer’ status) to the pan-regional configuration of CELAC (India and CELAC have forged a Ministerial dialogue arrangement). Political fault-lines across the region, present themselves as a potential ... ... whimsicality and flippancy, and would do well to draw on certain instructive lessons, on how its inevitable peer competitor China, trenchantly cultivates the region. Victoria Panova: BRICS Summit: A Blessing in Disguise The well-established prime-mover,...

27.08.2019

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