China’s Yuan Revolution Reaches Brazil and Argentina
By Joseph Bouchard
China's currency is becoming increasingly prominent in Latin America, but there's a long way to go before it will challenge the greenback.
China-Latin America Relations Amid the Pink Tide 2.0
By Lunting Wu
The distinct features of the current leftist politics in Latin America may shape relations with China differently than during the first Pink Tide in the early 2000s.
Lula in China: The End of Brazil’s Flirtation With the Quad Plus
By Henoch Gabriel Mandelbaum
The new Lula administration has brought Brazil’s China policy back in line with its traditional approach, after the anti-China rhetoric of Jair Bolsonaro.
The Friction Points in Brazil-China Relations
By Leland Lazarus
Chinese analysts have high hopes for Lula’s visit, but important tensions could hamper cooperation between the two countries.
Former Brazilian President Named As Head of China-Based New Development Bank
By Joseph Bouchard
The appointment reflects the close relationship between President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's Workers’ Party and the government in Beijing.
Lula and Latin America’s Great China Debate
By Filipe Porto
Great power competition is increasingly playing out in Latin America, even as Brazil’s new president seeks a return to regional unity.
After Lula’s Victory, India and Brazil Can Join Forces on the Global Stage
By Quintijn Kat
During his previous term, Lula focused on “South-South cooperation,” aiming to increase the influence of emerging states like Brazil and India in global governance.
How Will Brazil’s Next President Approach Asia Policy?
By Thiago de Aragao
Whether Bolsonaro or Lula, Brazil’s next president will face a complex global milieu in which Asia is increasingly the center of the world.
Brazil’s China-Heavy Election
By Igor Patrick
China is now a topic of electoral debate in Brazil from all sides of the ideological spectrum.