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Un orden internacional en plena ebullición: El 2015 (China) y sus semejanzas con 1945 (EE.UU), por Esteban Actis

Habiendo trascurrido más de setenta años desde el fin de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, la foto del actual orden internacional guarda una enorme semejanza con aquella experiencia histórica – el año 2015 parece ser el momento bisagra de la paulatina y gradual transformación de la República Popular China de una “potencia emergente” a una “gran potencia mundial”

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A geopolítica dos mares chineses: Considerações sobre as disputas nos mares da China Meridional e da China Oriental, por William Fujii

No artigo são apresentadas as disputas territoriais no Mar da China Meridional e no Mar da China Oriental, contextualizando e comparando as duas contendas. São considerados os riscos que tais disputas trazem para a segurança regional, incluindo um possível confronto entre a China e os Estados Unidos. 

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Sino-American climate agreement analyzed to ethanol perspective: possibility of a triangular cooperation on the commoditization process?, por Lucas Baggi Lauria

The currently energetic scenario is passing for grate changes. The Sino-American climate agreement has considerable implications which, in the long and medium term, have relevant cooperation perspectives between United States, China and Brazil, a great triangular concerted action toward the ethanol commoditization process for global energetic diversification.

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How the Chinese insertion in the international order is shaping Beijing’s actions concerning to the Umbrella Revolution, by Laís Bueno Sachs

2014 is a unique year for the People’s Republic of China. In June, the world remembered the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square, and, some months later, the protests called “The Umbrella Revolution” took place at Hong Kong. Disliking 1989, the central government has not sent military forces to contain the protests as they did in the Tiananmen Square. Why does not Beijing “solve” the Hong Kong’s situation as it did during the Tiananmen Square episode?