Chen Xiaoyang Institute of Latin American Studies, CICIR
Jun 01 , 2013
Commenting on Chinese Presidnet Xi Jinping’s current Latin America visit, Chen Xiaoyang said that China and the US should work on trilateral cooperation with Latin America and take it as a new way of developing a new type of big power relations between them.
Wu Baiyi Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Mar 18 , 2013
China’s response to Chavez’s death signifies the explicit support and close attention that the country places on the stability of Venezuela, writes Wu Baiyi.
Cynthia Watson Professor, National War College
Oct 26 , 2012
Following the reelection of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in early October, many ask how his continued anti-U.S. policies will affect the region. However, Cynthia Watson argues that while Chavez represents a volatile, unpredictable force in our shrinking world, his reelection does not represent a dramatic turning point for China’s involvement in Latin America.
Richard Weitz Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Aug 13 , 2012
China’s involvement in South America has increased rapidly in the past decade, with the PRC playing a substantial role in shaping South America’s socioeconomic development.
Jiang Shixue Professor and Director, Center for Latin American Studies, Shanghai University
Nov 03 , 2011
China’s relations with Latin America in recent years have been moving forward rapidly. Frequent high level exchanges have taken place, bilateral trade and inve