Interdependence in a competition Phone Number List that is multidimensional: it manifests loudly in the commercial arena, but it also has a military side and ultimately hides a technological confrontation. It is this equivocal conflict that creates the conditions for the new rise of the left. More than a pendulum, which is the classic figure of Cold War international Phone Number List relations studies, it would be about building parallel agendas with the two giants: the classic "Western agenda" with the United States (cooperation in the fight against drug trafficking and terrorism) and an investment, infrastructure and trade agenda with China, today the first or second economic partner of Phone Number List almost all Latin American countries. Juan.
Defined the Latin American Phone Number List strategy as a "diplomacy of equidistance"5, which the Chilean internationalists Carlos , Jorge Heine and Carlos seek to translate into a doctrine, which they call «active non-alignment»6. Let's conclude. After a brief and turbulent period in which the liberal and conservative Phone Number List forces failed to build a hegemony in the style of neoliberalism in the 1990s, the left is once again the protagonist of the Latin American political cycle. The global context has changed and the conditions are more hostile than those of the previous stage: in the wake of a devastating pandemic, with a lurking right wing and the risk of offering a Phone Number List reparative program that does not innovate with respect to that stage.
The temptation of a melancholic Phone Number List left. In this difficult framework, the success of "the new new left" will depend, among other things, on the capacity for coordination between the different tribes, on the ability to offer a socioeconomic reform Phone Number List program that takes into account the new sensitivities related to diversity , Related AMLO and his contradictions Patrick Iber / Humberto Beck "Geopolitical Europe" and Latin America Phone Number List Francisco J. Verdes-Montenegro A second “pink tide” in Brazil? Cicero Araujo The.