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Tag: Política externa chinesa

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Washington e Pequim: ameaça potencial ou vontade de cooperação?, por Paulo Duarte

À medida que a China domina as suas dificuldades internas, isto é, as suas próprias resistências ao progresso, ela torna-se um ator cada vez mais confiante em si mesmo e mais importante, também, na cena internacional. É o que pensa, por exemplo, Robert Sutter, para quem «chegará o momento, antes mesmo de 2020», em que a China terá adquirido um […]

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China’s Search for a Full Partnership with the United States, by Paulo Duarte

Until recently, the United States occupied a prominent place in Chinese foreign policy. Indeed, it can even be said that China attributed excessive importance to the way its foreign policy could be perceived by the political elites in Washington. As a result, until quite recently, only very seldom did China openly defy the United States on global, regional or bilateral […]

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China looks to Central Asia, by Paulo Duarte

The geopolitical and geostrategic importance of Central Asia For centuries, Central Asia has been the crossroads of Eurasia. Indeed, it is the point of confluence of four civilizations that have, concurrently, controlled and been controlled by the Central Asian peoples. On the other hand, according to XiaojieXu (1999), the civilizations that dominate the region have been able to exert their […]