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Title External powers in Latin America : geopolitics between neo-extractivism and South-South cooperation / edited by Gian Luca Gardini
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021
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Description 1 online resource (xv, 293 pages) : illustrations
Series Europa regional perspectives
Europa regional perspectives.
Contents Introduction : analysis and "normalisation" of the surge of external powers in Latin America / Gian Luca Gardini -- The United States in Latin America : lasting asymmetries, waning influence? / Tom Long -- The European Union in Latin America : a "neighbour" of values / Gian Luca Gardini -- China in Latin America : winning hearts and minds pragmatically / Carol Wise -- Russia in Latin America / Richard G. Miles -- Renewed Japanese involvement in Latin America / Barbara Stallings and Kotaro Horisaka -- Emergency and opportunity : Canada and the Venezuela crisis / Yvon Grenier -- From Tagore to IT : India's changing presence in Latin America / Jorge Heine and Hary Seshasayee -- Turkey in Latin America : tenacity in a changing international environment / Marta Tawil-Kuri -- Iran's Latin America strategy and the challenges to the balance of power / Penny L. Watson -- Israel-Latin American relations : what has changed in the last decade and why? / Arie M. Kacowicz, Exequiel Lacovsky, Daniel F. Wajner -- Patron or partner? : asymmetry and complementarity in economic relations between South Korea and Latin America / Juan Felipe López Aymes and Jae Sung Kwak -- Taiwan and its Latin American allies : an uphill diplomatic campaign / Chung-Chian Teng -- Strengthening Indonesia-Latin America economic relations : a partnership for a better future / Sulthon Sjahril Sabaruddin -- Latin America and ASEAN : more than a marginal relationship? / Jörn Dosch -- Latin America and South Africa in the 21st century : a romance with no future? : the cases of Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela / Gladys Lechini and Agustina Marchetti -- Distant neighbours : Australia-Latin America relations / Sean Burges -- Conclusion : geopolitics between neo-extractivism and South-South cooperation / Gian Luca Gardini
Summary "This book examines the role of external powers in Latin America in the 21st century. Non-traditional partners have significantly increased their political and economic engagement with the continent. Five key questions arise: why has this surge taken place, when has it happened, in which regions and sectors is it mostly felt, what is the Latin American perspective, and what are the actual results? The book analyses 16 case studies: The USA, the European Union, China, Russia, Japan, Canada, India, Turkey, Iran, Israel, South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, the ASEAN countries, South Africa and Australia. The spectrum of existing explanations in the literature spans from neo-extractivism to South-South cooperation. This volume places them in context and proposes a more multifaceted approach, stressing a combination of systemic factors and internal dynamics both in Latin America and in the external partner countries. Geopolitics still matters and so do nation states, their interests and leaders. Ultimately, this surge in engagement has largely reproduced past patterns. Are new partners that different from the old ones?"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Gian Luca Gardini is Professor of International Relations and Chair of International Business and Society Relations with focus on Latin America at Friedrich-Alexander University, Germany. He has a vast experience as an academic and a practitioner of international affairs. He has held teaching and visiting positions at the University of Cambridge and Bath in the UK, Shandong University in China, the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil and the University of Bologna in Italy. He has collaborated with the OECD, the Chilean Foreign Ministry, the House of Lords, the UK Foreign Office and the Foreign Policy Instrument of the European Union among others. His research interests cover the international relations of Latin America, the impact of COVID-19 on international affairs, international trade and trade policy, foreign policy analysis, and comparative regional integration. Among his recent books are Interregionalism and the Americas (2018) and The World before and after Covid-19 (2020)
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Subject Geopolitics -- Latin America.
Diplomatic relations.
Geopolitics.
International economic relations.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- General.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- International Relations -- Diplomacy.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- International Relations -- General.
Latin America -- Foreign economic relations -- Case studies
Latin America -- Foreign relations -- 21st century -- Case studies
Latin America.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Gardini, Gian Luca, editor.
LC no. 2020049093
ISBN 0429351801
1000375323
1000375382
9780429351808
9781000375329
9781000375381