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Jiang Shixue
Jiang Shixue is a Senior Research Fellow of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. He is also Distinguished Professor of the Shanghai University, Sichuan International Studies University and City University of Macau; and Guest Professor of the Macau University of Sciences and Technology, and Anhui University. He is Vice President of the China Society of the Emerging Economies, and Advisor to both the Chinese Association of Latin American Studies and the Chinese Association of Latin American History Studies. His research fields cover Chinese foreign policies, global governance, Latin America, Europe, BRICS, emerging economies, etc. He can be reached at: t: jiangsx@cass.org.cn or jiangshixue@126.com.
June 19, 2011
The Euro is unlikely to collapse
Despite its inherent shortcomings, the Euro will not be allowed to collapse because it costs economically and politically in doing so.
June 7, 2011
Chinese VP's Cuba visit strengthens bilaterial relations
Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping's visit to Cuba came at a key moment when the two countries are seeing increasing bilateral trade and Cuba is setting off on the path to reform.
April 14, 2011
China-Brazil relations: Don't believe the myths
There are five myths surrounding China-Brazil relations which need to be clarified in order for a better understanding of this relationship.
February 28, 2011
Right Diagnosis is needed for global economic imbalance
What has caused the global economic imbalance? China's low-valued Renminbi or the U.S.'s way of spending and the dollar-dominated international monetary system?
November 28, 2010
Panda and the Toucan have an ideal future together
China became the largest foreign investor in Brazil last year, but both sides still need to do more to keep the mutual beneficial economic relations going in depth.
November 26, 2010
Athenian Adversity
The Greek debt crisis reveals inherent risks in the euro zone.
November 5, 2010
Will Rousseff make a miracle for Brazil?
Brazilians have made a miracle by choosing Rousseff to become the first female president, and now it is her turn to produce a miracle by maintaining what Lula has achieved.
November 5, 2010
China's first Latin American policy paper is a road map for future relations
November 5, 2008, is a milestone date for the development of China-Latin America relations. On that day, China issued its first policy paper on Latin America and the Caribbean.
November 5, 2010
Jiang Shixue
Jiang Shixue is a Senior Research Fellow of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. He is also Distinguished Professor of the Shanghai University, Sichuan International Studies University and City University of Macau; and Guest Professor of the Macau University of Sciences and Technology, and Anhui University. He is Vice President of the China Society of the Emerging Economies, and Advisor to both the Chinese Association of Latin American Studies and the Chinese Association of Latin American History Studies. His research fields cover Chinese foreign policies, global governance, Latin America, Europe, BRICS, emerging economies, etc. He can be reached at: t: jiangsx@cass.org.cn or jiangshixue@126.com.
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