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Abe’s Latin America Tour Focused on Trade and China
July 17, 2014

Abe’s Latin America Tour Focused on Trade and China

By Clint Richards
Just after Xi’s South America visit, Abe will seek to shore up Japanese support and influence.
China and Brazil Seek to Boost Ties
July 17, 2014

China and Brazil Seek to Boost Ties

By Kelwin Choi
While in country for the BRICS summit, President Xi will be making a state visit to Brazil.

Xi Jinping Heads to South America
July 15, 2014

Xi Jinping Heads to South America

By Shannon Tiezzi
After the BRICS summit in Brazil, Xi will travel to Argentina, Venezuela, and Cuba.

On the Sidelines: Latin America's Pacific Security Interests
June 27, 2014

On the Sidelines: Latin America's Pacific Security Interests

By Robert Farley
What’s happening on the other side of the Pacific?

China's Foreign Minister Tours Latin America
April 30, 2014

China's Foreign Minister Tours Latin America

By Shannon Tiezzi
Wang Yi stopped in Cuba, Venezuela, Argentina, and Brazil to pave the way for Xi Jinping's July visit.
Will These Youth Protests Spread to Asia’s Corrupted Democracies?
June 30, 2013

Will These Youth Protests Spread to Asia’s Corrupted Democracies?

By Robert E. Kelly
Several have many of the same hallmarks as those that have recently experienced unrest.

Keep BRICS and IBSA Separate
August 13, 2012

Keep BRICS and IBSA Separate

By Oliver Stuenkel
Some may want to merge IBSA and BRICS. India, Brazil, and South Africa should resist.
Black Day for All Whites
June 14, 2012

Black Day for All Whites

New Zealand’s loss to New Caledonia at the Oceania Nations Cup was a blow. Kiwi football is a victim of geography.

Creating a New International Order
April 25, 2012

Creating a New International Order

The lowest common denominator is no longer a good starting point for meaningful coordinated global action.

Is China Playing a Double Game?
April 19, 2012

Is China Playing a Double Game?

Reports that a missile launcher originating from China may have been spotted in North Korea could have worrying implications for Beijing’s foreign policy.

China, BRICs & the Environment
November 07, 2011

China, BRICs & the Environment

The dilemma of growth vs the environment is becoming more acute for China and other BRIC nations.

Japan Courts South America
July 28, 2011

Japan Courts South America

With growing concerns over its energy security, Japan is increasingly looking at MERCOSUR as an alternative to nuclear power and the Middle East.

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