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dc.creatorPraj, Dusan
dc.creatorRestrepo, Juan Carlos
dc.date2017-01-05
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dc.identifierhttps://revistas.unimilitar.edu.co/index.php/ries/article/view/2464
dc.identifier10.18359/ries.2464
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10654/18695
dc.descriptionThe article looks at the new challenges the assertive Chinese foreign policy is representing for the regional geopolitical order in Asia. It follows the recent developments in the region mainly regarding the territorial disputes in the South China Sea and examines how the pressure in the regions are pushing China to look for other directions to its geopolitical projections, mainly toward the West implementing the New Silk Road project and deepening the cooperation with Russia. Meanwhile, the strong US presence in the Asian Pacific region was a guarantee of a “long peace” for more than 50 years. The lasting geopolitical order is changing due to the constant rise of the Chinese economy and the increasing on its military spending, challenging other Asian regional powers like India and Japan to counterbalance the Chinese influence in the region, and effectively engaging other partners like Malaysia and Philippines. China is now proposing a multidirectional attitude, trying to develop the relations towards the East as well as to the states westwards from its own borders.en-US
dc.descriptionEl artículo analiza los nuevos desafíos que la enérgica política exterior China representa para el orden geopolítico regional de Asia. Sigue los recientes cambios en la región sobre todo en lo que concierne a las disputas territoriales en el Mar del Sur de China y examina la manera en la que presión en las regiones empuja a China a mirar en otras direcciones para sus proyecciones geopolíticas, especialmente hacia Occidente al implementar el proyecto de la Nueva Ruta de la Seda y profundizando la cooperación con Rusia. Al mismo tiempo, la fuerte presencia de los Estados Unidos en la región del Pacífico Asiático fue durante más de 50 años una garantía de “paz larga”. El duradero orden político está cambiando debido al constante ascenso de la economía china y al incremento de su gasto militar, desafiando a otros poderes regionales asiáticos como India y Japón a contrarrestar la influencia china en la región, y a eficazmente involucrar a otros socios como Malasia y Filipinas. China está actualmente proponiendo una actitud multidireccional, intentando desarrollar las relaciones con Oriente al igual que con los estados al occidente de sus propias fronterases-ES
dc.descriptionO artigo analisa os novos desafios que a energética política exterior da China representa para a ordem geopolítico regional da Ásia. Continua as recentes mudanças na região sobre tudo no que se diz respeito as disputas territoriais no Mar do Sul da China e examina a maneira e pressão nas regiões, empurram a China a olhar em outras direções para as suas projeções geopolíticas, especialmente para o Ocidente, ao realizar o projeto da Nova Rota da Seda e aprofundando a cooperação com a Rússia. Ao mesmo tempo a forte presença dos Estados Unidos na região do Pacífico Asiático foi durante mais de 50 anos uma garantia da “longa paz ”. A duradeira ordem política está sendo mudada devido ao constante aumento da economia China e ao incremento do seu gasto militar, desafiando a outros poderes regionais asiáticos como Índia e Japão, a contrariar a influência china na região e a satisfatoriamente envolver a outros sócios como Malásia e Filipinas. China está atualmente propondo uma atitude multidirecional, tentando desenvolver as relações com o Oriente, ao igual que com os estados ao ocidente de suas próprias fronteiras.pt-BR
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dc.publisherUniversidad Militar Nueva Granadaes-ES
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dc.rightshttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0es-ES
dc.sourceRevista Relaciones Internacionales, Estrategia y Seguridad; Vol. 12, Núm. 1 (2017): REVISTA DE RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES, ESTRATEGIA Y SEGURIDAD; 51-72es-ES
dc.source1909-7743
dc.source1909-3063
dc.subjecten-US
dc.subjectGeopolitics; Territorial Disputes; Asia Pacific; Chinaen-US
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dc.subjectGeopolítica; disputas territoriales; Pacífico Asiático; Chinaes-ES
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dc.subjectGeopolítica; disputas territoriais; Pacífico Asiático; Chinapt-BR
dc.titleThe geopolitics of the chinese reformen-US
dc.titleLa geopolítica de la reforma Chinaes-ES
dc.titleA geopolítica da reforma chinapt-BR
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