Search: China,Brazil,Latin America (3 materials)

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

... challenge goes with the understood modern-day politico-diplomatic terrain of striking delicate balances across competitive axes, something that India has found itself fraught with, as in having to manage a comprehensive Strategic Partnership with powerhouse Brazil, dovetailed with potentially productive engagements with juxtaposing Argentina, Mexico, and the ilk. While no longer being lackadaisical, India’s view of Latin America still seems beset, by 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, in any mutually beneficent international relationship, is the productivity and vibrancy of its economic dimension. India ...


Is China still the "big dog" in Brazil and Latin America?

... make a public relations visit to an international business summit in Peru, and to meet outoging president Santos in Colombia, where Washington "consultants" share with Colombian specialists a military-ready base not far from the border with BrazilChina, regardless of its long term goals in Latin America can become more opportunistic in short term now that it is elvident that U.S. Latin policy is yet another dimension of the Trump cult of personality.  UPDATE ENDSThe Chinese "Year of the Dog" has just started and western media ...


Brazilian League for a Bear and a Panda

Russia and China in the Brazilian Arms Market In recent years, Latin American countries have drastically altered their military doctrines, most of them now willing to significantly diversify their military hardware suppliers and drop their absolute dependence on the United States and Europe. Their military budgets ...


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