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European Union and China relationship
Asia, China, Europe, International Organizations, European Union

European Union and China relationship

The European Union is one of the main economic partners of the People's Republic of China, and vice versa. Taking into account your goal of evolving towards a sustainable economy, a China precisa subir na cadeia de valor e incentivar seu mercado interno, logo, necessita de todo apoio que lhe for possível. O bloco europeu é um parceiro fundamental para a China, tanto no âmbito das importações e exportações, quanto em matéria de investimento, já que é destino e fonte de investimento direto estrangeiro, uma vez que a China busca um ambiente estável e juridicamente seguro. Besides that, discutem e cooperam a respeito de política externa, segurança, prosperidade, desenvolvimento sustentável e intercâmbio de pessoas. Em primeiro lugar, a UE e a China organizam, anualmente, um diálog...
BRICS and the Covid-19 vaccine, one more chance missed
Americas, Asia, Brazil, BRICS, China, Europe, India, International Organizations, Russia

BRICS and the Covid-19 vaccine, one more chance missed

REUTERS FILE PHOTO Vaccination for Covid-19 is advancing and the world begins to breathe a sigh of relief, but it hides a much harsher and more unequal reality in the world we live in. Access to vaccines, bem como sua produção, é resultado de relações de poder que só reforçam a desigualdade que existe entre os países. Assim que ficou claro o tamanho do problema com o Covid-19, os países mais ricos iniciaram seus esforços para produção de vacinas e para a compra ou bloqueio antecipado das vacinas a serem produzidas. To get an idea, até o final de 2020 esses países já haviam garantido 3,8 bilhões de doses. A quantidade comprada por países como Estados Unidos e países europeus superavam largamente a sua população. Só os EUA, for example, compraram vacinas que superavam 5 doses por...
The Empire Strikes Back: G7, USA, RPC, etc
Americas, Asia, China, U.S, International Organizations, European Union

The Empire Strikes Back: G7, USA, RPC, etc

In the second episode of George Lukas' mega-hit, the "Star Wars", under the leadership of the villain Darth Vader, the Empire relentlessly seeks to destroy Luke's band of friends across the galaxy.. - Han Solo, the princess Leia, among others. Luke had been trained by Master Yoda to use the Force. When Vader Finally Captures His Friends, Luke must decide whether to complete his training and become a Jedi Knight or confront Vader and save them. The final duel begins, and in front of wounded Luke, Vader says both can unite and rule the Galaxy. Luke refuses to join his father's killer, but Vader reveals that he is, actually, Anakin Skywalker, your father. Luke refuses to believe and, hopeless, throw yourself into the abyss. in the fall, he holds onto a small....
Kosovo-Serbia: what is the role of the European Union in the conflict?
International Organizations, Serbia, European Union

Kosovo-Serbia: what is the role of the European Union in the conflict?

Karsten Koall/GEtty Images Both Kosovo and Serbia seek to join the European Union. Yet, the long history of conflicts between the territories prevents them from realizing their adhesion, mainly Serbia, which has already adopted constitutional changes required by the EU. from that, the European bloc mediates the discussions between the countries in an attempt to appease the situation. Kosovo was part of the Serbian Empire in the Middle Ages around the 14th century. Yet, at the end of this century, the Ottoman Empire conquered the Balkans in the Battle of Kosovo in 1389. With its independence from the Ottomans recognized in 1878, the Serbian Kingdom annexed Kosovo to its territory, but both were quickly integrated into Yugoslavia after World War I.. In the decade of 1980, with the disintegration of Yugoslavia, the ...
Tensions between France and Turkey make it harder for Turks to enter the European Union
Europe, France, International Organizations, Middle East, Turkey, European Union

Tensions between France and Turkey make it harder for Turks to enter the European Union

Presidentes Tayyip Erdogan (Turkey) and Emmanuel Macron (France) In March 2021, the current president of France, Emmanuel Macron, warned against Turkish interference in the French elections of 2022 during an interview for France television channel 5. In the interview, claimed that Turkey disseminated the state's lie policies through the media. In 2018, Macron had already closed the doors of the European Union to the entry of Turkey for the next few years, a process that started some time ago 57 years, and proposed, as an alternative, a partnership. The Turkish Head of State, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, lamented the posture of the Europeans in blocking the entry of their country into the bloc, holding that there is no other country in the same position as Turkey, of suffering retaliation for possible interference, on...
European Union and the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy
International Organizations, European Union

European Union and the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy

Bartz/Stockmar (CC BY-SA 4.0) The Common Agricultural Policy (PAC), created in 1962, is a set of measures aimed at supporting European farmers, an improvement in the productivity of the agricultural sector, and a contribution to the fight against climate change. All these points encompass a common thought of sustainable management and economic development with a focus on the agricultural sector. Consequently, the PAC also seeks to promote jobs in the agricultural sector and its related. It is a policy that involves all the countries of the European Union, managed and financed by the bloc's budgetary resources.  At first, it can be said that the CAP is a policy that has evolved over the years in order to respond to economic instabilities and the demands and needs of citizens. Ale ...
EU threat to halt the export of vaccines to the UK in an attempt to move forward with its own immunization campaign
Europe, International Organizations, UK, European Union

EU threat to halt the export of vaccines to the UK in an attempt to move forward with its own immunization campaign

President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen 17 March 2021. (John Thys, Pool via AP) With the start of vaccination against COVID-19, the first diplomatic friction between the EU and the United Kingdom after Brexit. One month after the completion of the agreement that sealed the UK's exit from the bloc, both fight a vaccine war against COVID-19, creating tension in a process of rebuilding their bilateral relations, in addition to risking delaying global efforts to combat the health crisis. Due to the agility of the British authorities in approving immunization agents and signing contracts with suppliers, the United Kingdom was the second state to start vaccinating its population in the world, second only to Russia, so it has a positive contrast in relation to...
The end (?) of the Afghanistan War II
Afghanistan, Asia, International Organizations, OTAN

The end (?) of the Afghanistan War II

Soldiers from the US Naval Hospital and US Mariners in Afghanistan (Photo Reuters) Polemizando ... I commented in the article End (?) War in Afghanistan, in day 14/04, American President Joe Biden's decision that American troops permanently abandon Afghanistan. According to the White House announcement, the last contingents, of 2,5 thousand soldiers, leave the country until the day 11 of September, symbolic date, by the way, when the 20th anniversary of the invasion ordered by George W is celebrated. Bush. This decision reflects the intense and sometimes dramatic negotiations that took place in Doha, in Qatar, between American officials and Taliban representatives, witnessed by representatives of some countries in the region, but without the presence of envoys from the government of Kabul, that culminated in ...
End(?) of the war in Afghanistan
Afghanistan, Americas, Asia, U.S, International Organizations, OTAN

End(?) of the war in Afghanistan

Sefa Karacan / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Today's Estadão replicates a New York Times article that President Joe Biden declared yesterday, 14/04, the end of the presence of US troops in Afghanistan, ending the twenty-year engagement of the United States in the struggle for peace in the country and dismantling the Taliban militancy, that has already cost them more than US $ 800 billions and the life of 2.218 military. According to the announcement, the latter 2,5 thousand American soldiers will leave Afghanistan until the day 11 of September, symbolic date, by the way, when the 20th anniversary of the invasion ordered by George W is celebrated. Bush. Biden said that “I am the fourth president to lead the presence of troops in Afghanistan. Two Republicans. Two democrats ... I will not pass this responsibility on to a fifth ...
How the British see their role in the developing world 2030 - and how they are preparing to exercise it
Africa, Americas, Argentina, Asia, China, Europe, Nigeria, HIM-HER-IT, OTAN, UK

How the British see their role in the developing world 2030 - and how they are preparing to exercise it

The United Kingdom has just released a document which I think is very important to read, fundamental even, for those who are willing to understand the game that the great powers are playing in the international arena. In him, revisions of integrated defense and security policies are presented, Britain's international relations and development[1]. The document has, in the introduction, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's vision for the United Kingdom in the year 2030. In summary, it is an optimistic view of your country's role in the world, who sees the UK as one of the most influential nations on the planet, with a strong economy and that, due to the emphasis on the adoption of scientific and technological innovations, will be better equipped to face an even more competitive world..