Multilateralism AD HOC in the relations China-Latin América and the Caribbean and south-south coalitions in WTO negotiations regarding agricultural trade

This article aims to show how China has diversified its strategy of relations with Latin America and the Caribbean, where the bilateral dimension is complemented by a multilateral one, proposing that China has wielded a non-conventional strategy, which implies the growth of China's diplomatic a...

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Autores Principales: Lizama Poblete, Natalia Andrea, Lee Cheng, Yun-Tso
Formato: Artículo (Article)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada 2013
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WTO
OMC
Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/10654/34552
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language Español (Spanish)
topic China
Latin America and the Caribbean
multilateralism AD HOC
agricultural trade
WTO
China
América Latina y el Caribe
multilateralismo ad hoc
comercio agrícola
OMC
China
América Latina e Caribe
multilateralismo AD HOC
comércio agrícola
OMC
spellingShingle China
Latin America and the Caribbean
multilateralism AD HOC
agricultural trade
WTO
China
América Latina y el Caribe
multilateralismo ad hoc
comercio agrícola
OMC
China
América Latina e Caribe
multilateralismo AD HOC
comércio agrícola
OMC
Lizama Poblete, Natalia Andrea
Lee Cheng, Yun-Tso
Multilateralism AD HOC in the relations China-Latin América and the Caribbean and south-south coalitions in WTO negotiations regarding agricultural trade
description This article aims to show how China has diversified its strategy of relations with Latin America and the Caribbean, where the bilateral dimension is complemented by a multilateral one, proposing that China has wielded a non-conventional strategy, which implies the growth of China's diplomatic action from highly institutionalized multilateral scenarios to other less institutionalized, such as the South-South coalitions of developing countries -specially the G-20 and the G-33- in the framework of WTO's international agricultural negotiations. This responds to the composition of both coalitions, their interests, objectives and their collective leadership thanks to the consensus-reaching capacity in these coalitions and along with others groups.
format Artículo (Article)
author Lizama Poblete, Natalia Andrea
Lee Cheng, Yun-Tso
author_facet Lizama Poblete, Natalia Andrea
Lee Cheng, Yun-Tso
author_sort Lizama Poblete, Natalia Andrea
title Multilateralism AD HOC in the relations China-Latin América and the Caribbean and south-south coalitions in WTO negotiations regarding agricultural trade
title_short Multilateralism AD HOC in the relations China-Latin América and the Caribbean and south-south coalitions in WTO negotiations regarding agricultural trade
title_full Multilateralism AD HOC in the relations China-Latin América and the Caribbean and south-south coalitions in WTO negotiations regarding agricultural trade
title_fullStr Multilateralism AD HOC in the relations China-Latin América and the Caribbean and south-south coalitions in WTO negotiations regarding agricultural trade
title_full_unstemmed Multilateralism AD HOC in the relations China-Latin América and the Caribbean and south-south coalitions in WTO negotiations regarding agricultural trade
title_sort multilateralism ad hoc in the relations china-latin américa and the caribbean and south-south coalitions in wto negotiations regarding agricultural trade
publisher Universidad Militar Nueva Granada
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url http://hdl.handle.net/10654/34552
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spelling ir-10654-345522020-01-08T19:41:07Z Multilateralism AD HOC in the relations China-Latin América and the Caribbean and south-south coalitions in WTO negotiations regarding agricultural trade El multilateralismo AD HOC en las relaciones China-América Latina y el Caribe y las coaliciones sur-sur en las negociaciones de la OMC sobre el comercio agrícola O multilateralismo AD HOC nas relações China-América Latina e o Caribe e as coligações sul-sul nas negociações da OMC sobre o comércio agrícola Lizama Poblete, Natalia Andrea Lee Cheng, Yun-Tso China Latin America and the Caribbean multilateralism AD HOC agricultural trade WTO China América Latina y el Caribe multilateralismo ad hoc comercio agrícola OMC China América Latina e Caribe multilateralismo AD HOC comércio agrícola OMC This article aims to show how China has diversified its strategy of relations with Latin America and the Caribbean, where the bilateral dimension is complemented by a multilateral one, proposing that China has wielded a non-conventional strategy, which implies the growth of China's diplomatic action from highly institutionalized multilateral scenarios to other less institutionalized, such as the South-South coalitions of developing countries -specially the G-20 and the G-33- in the framework of WTO's international agricultural negotiations. This responds to the composition of both coalitions, their interests, objectives and their collective leadership thanks to the consensus-reaching capacity in these coalitions and along with others groups. En este artículo se busca demostrar cómo China ha diversificado su estrategia de relacionamiento con América Latina y el Caribe, donde la dimensión bilateral es complementada por la multilateral, proponiéndose que China ha desplegado una estrategia multilateral de carácter no convencional, lo que implica la extensión de la acción diplomática china desde los escenarios multilaterales altamente institucionalizados hacia los menos institucionalizados, tales como las coaliciones sur-sur de países en desarrollo -particularmente el G-20 y el G-33- en el marco de las negociaciones de la OMC sobre el comercio agrícola internacional.Ello responde a la composición de ambas coaliciones, sus intereses y objetivos, y su liderazgo colectivo gracias a la capacidad de consenso dentro de estas y junto a otras agrupaciones. Neste artigo procura-se demonstrar como a China diversificou a sua estratégia de relações com a América Latina e o Caribe, na qual a dimensão bilateral é complementada pela multilateral e sugere que a China implantou uma estratégia multilateral de características não convencionais, que implica a extensão da ação diplomática chinesa a partir de cenários multilaterais altamente institucionalizados para os menos institucionalizados, tais como as coalizões Sul-Sul dos países em desenvolvimento, em particular no G-20 e G- 33, no âmbito das negociações da OMC sobre o comércio agrícola internacional. 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