China's Relations with Portuguese-speaking Countries A Growing but Unnoticed Relation
Horta, Maubere Loro Sae Da Silva
Sotomayor, Arturo C.
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As China rises and becomes a global power, its foreign and economic policies are undergoing profound changes. Today Chinese interest spans the world, from the most remote corners of Africa to the mega cities of other new rising powers like Brazil. Chinas growing presence in Portuguese-speaking countries provides a vivid illustration of the growing complexity and sophistication of Chinas new foreign and economic policies. Sino-Lusophone relations confirm some of the assumptions made about Beijings relations with the developing world. However, this case study also reveals many incorrect assumptions and simplistic analyses of Chinas foreign and economic policies toward the developing world.
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