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The BRICS as a rehearsal for the new Bretton Woods

2015 is a potentially important year for the Brazilian international positioning, was when the New Development Bank was created (https://www.ndb.int/) by the formed BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa). The Bank came as an alternative to the already consolidated World Bank (https://www.worldbank.org/en/who-we-are/ibrd) and Inter-American Development Bank (https://www.iadb.org/pt/sobre-o-bid/visao-geral). Ainda que o […]

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Brazil loses space to China in South America

Brazil is a country with a disproportionate size in relation to its neighbors, especially in economic terms. The result of this is that the country ends up playing “of course” a gravitational force, making the other South American countries end up having their economies very dependent on the Brazilian economy. Essa condição não era diferente nem mesmo quando […]

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The increasingly strained relations between the USA and China

China announced, on the last day 24 July, the order for the United States to close the country's consulate in Chengdu, important city with about 4,6 millons of citizens. It was retaliation for closing, by the USA, of the Chinese consulate in Houston. On the eve, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, em visita Yorba […]

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Latin America and BRICS: where Brazil should look

The current Brazilian foreign policy has occurred erratically. Although it is argued that it seeks new alignments, the truth is that there is no clear line, based on the pursuit of the country's interests. But not everything is the fault of the current direction that is imprinted on foreign policy, the world has changed and posed new challenges. […]

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Cloister Memorial:… What is the future of Hong Kong?

International public opinion has been very mobilized in recent times by the confrontations between the population of Hong Kong and the government of the Special Administrative Region / SAR – Beijing “representative” – regarding the status of the city / island. Today's Estadão's article - “Dangerous Message” – que aborda os embates entre os manifestantes e […]

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Authoritarianism: the double-edged sword of Southeast Asia

The word diversity can define Southeast Asia. There are so many dialects, ethnicities, peoples and religions in just 4.100.000 km², that the uniqueness of the region and the entire subcontinent becomes consensual. A China de Mao Zedong, is a pattern that is repeated today in Southeast Asia, quando o governo autoritário deu os primeiros passos […]

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China and India, or the Mirror's Dilemma

All of us from the times of the film “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, and the younger ones too, we remember the question that the evil queen asked the mirror: “…existe no mundo alguém mais bela do que eu?”… angry at the answer – "the snow White"- ela se transformou em bruxa […]

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China vs United States = Covid-19 vs Deglobalization

The story of Estadão de 31/5/2020 -"Pandemic accelerates rejection of globalization" – levanta uma questão que está na cabeça da maioria dos analistase de todos nós: it will be Covid-19 that devastates planet one ( The ) decisive factor for the deepening of the “deglobalization” process of the economy? E será que este processo é […]

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Xi Jinping + / x Donald Trump and the Art of War

“Master Sun said:There are Five Steps to War:Measurement,Estimate,Calculation,Comparation,Victory.;Measurement determines Estimate;Estimate determinesCalculation ;Calculation determinesComparison;Comparison determinesVictory. ” (Chapter 4 - Forms and Provisions ” / “THE ART OF WAR” de Sun Tzu Bin Fa) These teachings are part of the book “The Art of War”, one of the most important works – if not the most - about war tactics ever written. Seu […]

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Japan and the threat of the Chinese Dragon

O site “Conexão Política” publicou no final do mês passado uma matéria sobre a crescente mobilização dos japoneses para desvincular a dependência do seu comércio dos chineses.Isto merece uma detida reflexão… According to the report, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe proposed “to build an economy less dependent on a country, a China, para que o Japão possa melhor […]

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http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/
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www.shanghaidaily.com
Jornal chinês com cunho mais comercial.
http://www.scmp.com/frontpage/international
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