Tag: International Politics

The Chinese Revolution and Latin American Chinese communities – an interview with Albert Manke

Since the Cold War was a determinant period in the making of present-day international politics, Albert Manke dedicates part of his research to studying how China’s relations evolved throughout that period, and how these changes impacted the Chinese community overseas – which is the subject of this interview. Read More →

Currency wars remain beyond the analytical reach of legal scholars in the age of globalization

“Currency wars”, which have dominated the media and the international political debate over the last few years, must be understood from a broad analytical framework, according to a study examining the so-called “war of 2010-2013” and other relevant aspects of the impacts over monetary policy. Read More →

International leadership as a process: the case of China in Southeast Asia

The global rise of China and Chinese main goals in Asia are examined in article that focus on the country´s capacity of building international leadership. In spite of the fact there are many advantages, the mechanism of transforming power resources into regional leadership is still questionable. Read More →