2012 China Q. [i] (2012)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar2012 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
Special issue on
From the Great Wall to the New World: China and
Latin America in the 21st Century
March 2012 number 209
1  Introduction. From Going Out (zou chuqu) to Arriving In (desembarco):
Constructing a New Field of Inquiry in China-Latin America Interactions
Ariel C. Armony and Julia C. Strauss
18  China, United States and Hegemonic Challenge in Latin America: An Overview
and Some Lessons from Previous Instances of Hegemonic Challenge in the Region
Gonzalo Sebastidn Paz
35   Mapping Chinese Mining Investment in Latin America: Politics or Market?
Ruben Gonzalez-Vicente
59  Fear for Manufacturing? China and the Future of Industry in Brazil and
Latin America
Rhys Jenkins and Alexandre de Freitas Barbosa
82  The Auto Parts-Automotive Chain in Mexico and China: Co-operation Potential?
Enrique Dussel Peters
Ill  Harnessing the Dragon: Overseas Chinese Entrepreneurs in Mexico and Cuba
Adrian H. Hearn
134  Framing and Claiming: Contemporary Globalization and Going Out in China's
Rhetoric towards Latin America
Julia C. Strauss
157  Online Chinese Perceptions of Latin America: How They Differ from the
Official View
Simon Shen
178  A View from Afar: How Colombia sees China
Ariel C. Armony
198  The Socialist Other: Cuba in Chinese Ideological Debates since the 1990s
Yinghong Cheng
In Memoriam
217 Robert Scalapino (1919-2011)
Ezra Vogel

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