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    Title: People's Republic of China influence in Latin America : a new opportunity for development in the region and a displacement of USA predominance
    Other Titles: 中華人民共和國對拉丁美洲的影響 : 該地區發展的新機遇和美國優勢的移位
    Authors: 悉德尼;Elizabeth, Izquierdo Sabando Sidney
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國大陸研究所碩士班
    郭建中;王國臣;Guo, Jiann-Jong;Wang, Guo-Chen
    Keywords: 中國拉丁美洲關係;南南合作;習近平;貸款對石油;投資援助;中國與美國;尼加拉瓜運河;雙子海洋鐵路;China;Latin America;United States;Xi Jinping;South – South Cooperation;Loans for oil;Investment for Aid;CELAC;Nicaragua Canal;Twin Ocean Railway
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:34:23 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 中華人民共和國以第二大經濟強國的姿態崛起,對於拉丁美洲造成了巨大的衝擊。拉丁美洲同時是中國和美國的天然資源供給者,但從地緣政治來看,近年來相較於其他競爭國家,身為亞洲巨人的中國在拉丁美洲的影響力越來越大。本文從政治經濟的視角,分析中國與美國在拉丁美洲的地緣政治競爭,並且藉由探討美國在區域間的影響,解釋過往美國實行新殖民主義的改變以及其對於拉丁美洲而言的影響。
    The rise of People’s Republic of China as a second economic power has had a tremendous impact on Latin America. Latin America has become not only a source of natural resources for China and USA, but a region of geopolitical confrontation where the Asian giant influence in the last years has been flourishing more than its rival. This paper analyzes the relations between People’s Republic of China and Latin America region from a political and economic perspective; considering the United States influence in the region; and tries to show if it will be beneficial for the Latin America development or whether it would simply be counterproductive with a neo-colonialist undertone as have been the United States in the past.
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