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From the Great Wall to the New World
China and Latin America in the 21st Century

Volume 11

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Part of The China Quarterly Special Issues

Ariel C. Armony, Julia C. Strauss, Gonzalo Sebastián Paz, Ruben Gonzalez-Vicente, Rhys Jenkins, Alexandre de Freitas Barbosa, Enrique Dussel Peters, Adrian H. Hearn, Simon Shen, Yinghong Cheng
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  • Date Published: July 2012
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107659339

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  • Analysis of China-Latin America relations is usually dominated by policy analysis in political economy, defense strategy and bi-lateral relations. While integrating these topics, this volume differs from earlier works by engaging notions of 'going out' (zou chuqu) and 'arriving in' (desembarco) as metaphors to characterize a wide range of 'new' interactions between China and Latin America: transnational flows of capital and people, adaptation in industrial production and mining, the fluidity of perceptions between China and Latin America, stereotypes and 'othering' of Latin America within China, and changing rhetorical assumptions of the leadership for the China-Latin America relationship. Unusually, this volume has several articles that consider the role of Latin America within China, as well as China's more obvious impact on Latin America. With its primary source material from Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Brazil and China, this volume offers an early contribution to the emerging body of scholarship on China and Latin America.

    • Most chapters are based on primary source material
    • All authors have in-depth knowledge of China and/or Latin America (and speak Chinese and/or Spanish or Portuguese as well as English)
    • Despite the different subject matter of each of the chapters, all share a cross cutting concern with questions of hybridization, learning and perception, so there is an unusually strong thematic focus throughout the different chapters
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    • Date Published: July 2012
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107659339
    • length: 238 pages
    • dimensions: 234 x 156 x 13 mm
    • weight: 0.34kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Editors' introduction: from going out (zou chuqu) to arriving in (desembarco): constructing a new field of inquiry in China-Latin America interactions Ariel C. Armony and Julia C. Strauss
    1. China, the United States and hegemonic challenges in Latin America: an overview and some lessons from previous instances of hegemonic challenge in the region Gonzalo Sebastián Paz
    2. Mapping Chinese mining investment in Latin America: politics or market? Ruben Gonzalez-Vicente
    3. Fear for manufacturing? China and the future of industry in Brazil and Latin America Rhys Jenkins and Alexandre de Freitas Barbosa
    4. The auto parts-automotive chain in Mexico and China: co-operation potential? Enrique Dussel Peters
    5. Harnessing the dragon: overseas Chinese entrepreneurs in Mexico and Cuba Adrian H. Hearn
    6. Framing and claiming: globalization and 'going out' in China's rhetoric towards Latin America Julia C. Strauss
    7. Online Chinese perceptions of Latin America: how they differ from the official view Simon Shen
    8. A view from afar: how Colombia sees China Ariel C. Armony
    9. The 'Socialist Other': Cuba in Chinese ideological debates since the 1990s Yinghong Cheng.

  • Editors

    Julia C. Strauss, University of London
    Julia Strauss is Senior Lecturer in Chinese Politics at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. She gained her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, is a member of APSA and AAS, and was Editor of The China Quarterly from 2002 to 2011.

    Ariel C. Armony, University of Miami

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    Ariel C. Armony, Julia C. Strauss, Gonzalo Sebastián Paz, Ruben Gonzalez-Vicente, Rhys Jenkins, Alexandre de Freitas Barbosa, Enrique Dussel Peters, Adrian H. Hearn, Simon Shen, Yinghong Cheng

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