Hemeroteca de la sección ‘Internacionales’

Reckless game over the Korean Peninsula runs risk of real war

Por • 11 ago, 2017 • Category: Internacionales

China opposes both nuclear proliferation and war in the Korean Peninsula. It will not encourage any side to stir up military conflict, and will firmly resist any side which wants to change the status quo of the areas where China’s interests are concerned. It is hoped that both Washington and Pyongyang can exercise restraint. The Korean Peninsula is where the strategic interests of all sides converge, and no side should try to be the absolute dominator of the region.



Perspectivas de las economías latinoamericanas frente a la economía mundial

Por • 23 jul, 2017 • Category: Internacionales

La oportunidad que ofrecen los presentes cambios de las relaciones comerciales, tanto para el Mercosur con su relación con China, como para América del Norte y Centroamérica con el posible debilitamiento comercial con EEUU, así como el reacomodo de las relaciones comerciales de la Unión Europea, puede ser bien aprovechada y generar mejores condiciones económicas para América Latina. Se debe trabajar en un esquema productivo no anclado en materias primas y mano de obra barata, transitar de uno modelo profundamente dependiente a las cadenas productivas internacionales, hacia otro con mayor autonomía industrial y diversificación productiva que considere nuevamente a la región.



Study and Implement General Secretary Xi Jinping’s Thought on Diplomacy in a Deep-going Way and Keep Writing New Chapters of Major-Country Diplomacy with Distinctive Chinese Features

Por • 19 jul, 2017 • Category: Internacionales

1.Setting strategic goals and key missions for China’s external work in a new era. Based on his assessment of the global trend and the historical stage China has reached, General Secretary Xi Jinping pointed out in explicit terms that we are closer than ever to the center of the global stage, that we are closer than ever to fulfilling the Chinese dream of national renewal and that we are more confident and able than ever to realize this goal. General Secretary Xi Jinping has stressed the following: In pursuing diplomacy, China will stay committed to peace, development and win-win cooperation, take into account both domestic and international situation and ensure both development and security. We will stay committed to peaceful development, resolutely uphold sovereignty, security and development interests and preserve and extend the major period of strategic opportunity for China’s development



As US turns inward, Chinese public have divergent views on taking global leader role

Por • 10 jul, 2017 • Category: Internacionales

Given the US’s seeming rejection of its leadership role and China’s growing presence on the world stage, discussions about whether China should take on this role have intensified. In July, Li Woteng wrote an article in the Chinese version of the UK-based Financial Times, titled “China should actively fill the leadership vacancy left by the US.” However, in the comments on the article on Sina Weibo, netizens gave Li’s advice the cold shoulder, stressing that China should focus on its domestic development rather than taking on more international responsibilities. “The will to pursue the world leader role is confined to a very tiny portion of elites and some people of the lower classes in China. Most people are calm and don’t want the country to take the lead,” Liu Weidong, a research fellow at the Institute of American Studies of the China Academy of Social Sciences, told the Global Times.



Trump: “La paciencia estratégica con Corea del Norte se acabó”

Por • 2 jul, 2017 • Category: Internacionales

El presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, aseguró este viernes que la “paciencia” con Corea del Norte se acabó, en declaraciones formuladas al fin de una visita a Washington del líder de Corea del Sur, Moon Jae-in, según France Presse.”La paciencia estratégica con el régimen de Corea del Norte fracasó. Ha fracasado por muchos años. Francamente, la paciencia se acabó”, dijo Trump durante una ceremonia conjunta con Moon en los jardines de la Casa Blanca.Trump recibió este viernes a Moon en el Salón Oval para una reunión cuya agenda estaba en gran parte dedicada a discutir las tensiones con Corea del Norte a raíz de sus ensayos de misiles y la continuidad de su programa nuclear. Aún antes del inicio de la reunión a puertas cerradas, durante una rápida declaración a la prensa, Trump había dicho que había “muchas opciones” abiertas con relación a Corea del Norte.Por su parte, en esa oportunidad Moon dijo, a través de un traductor, que con Trump había mantenido “una discusión muy honesta sobre varios temas, incluyendo Corea del Norte”.



US Demands “Much Greater” Chinese Pressure on North Korea, or Else

Por • 26 jun, 2017 • Category: Internacionales

In what amounted to a barely disguised threat, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson yesterday declared that China had to “exert much greater economic and diplomatic pressure” on North Korea to abandon its nuclear and missile programs, if it “wants to prevent a further escalation in the region.” In other words, if Beijing fails to rein in the Pyongyang regime, the US could resort to military measures. Tillerson’s remarks followed a top-level meeting in Washington between him and US Defence Secretary James Mattis and their Chinese counterparts—China’s foreign policy chief Yang Jiechi and General Fang Fenghui, chief of the People’s Liberation Army’s joint staff department.



Sino-US dialogue must address mutual concern

Por • 24 jun, 2017 • Category: Internacionales

One argument holds that Trump made a full concession to China as he sought China’s support for the North Korea issue, and if Beijing disappoints Washington, Trump would end the deal and abruptly change his attitude toward China. Noticeably, such a US-centered perspective, which is built on the belief that the US could absolutely dominate China-US relations and wantonly manipulate issues concerning China’s core interests, is arrogant and distorted. has made any concessions to China. Solving the North Korea nuclear issue requires joint efforts from both China and the US. Conflicts between the US and North Korea are the root cause for aggravating the problem. It’s an illusion that the issue can be resolved solely through China’s help. We hope the Chinese officials can present the Chinese public’s concerns to their US counterparts during the DSD talks. What is the US’ intention of deploying the anti-missile system in South Korea? How can the Pentagon assure it won’t target China? Why does Washington continue to instigate the South China Sea disputes despite the relevant claimants trying to calm the situation?



Kim Jong-un Isn’t Crazy and China Doesn’t Have a Solution

Por • 5 jun, 2017 • Category: Internacionales

No one who pays attention to the Korean Peninsula believes that there is an easy answer to the challenge of a nuclear North Korea. But finding solutions will become even harder if the problem is misdiagnosed. The North’s leaders, starting with founder Kim Il-sung, appear to be eminently rational. His son, Kim Jong-il, wore platform shoes, had bouffant hair, donned oversized sunglasses and was particularly easy to caricature (think “Team America”). Nevertheless, Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong-il and descendent Kim Jong-un have skillfully wielded power, maintained control, deterred the United States and turned their small country into a Weltmacht of sorts.



Mission nearly accomplished: Russia lives in a circle of simmering conflicts

Por • 24 may, 2017 • Category: Internacionales

Until recently, many experts have shared a different point of view on the state of affairs on the Korean Peninsula. They admitted a likelihood for a small or even a big war to break out in the region due to North Korea’s provocative activities or America’s attempts to stop them. Yet, they preferred to turn a blind eye on the fact that the crisis could carry a direct threat to Russia. Yet, the problem of North Korea and its nuclear missile weapons is not a problem for the USA, South Korea or China – this problem touches upon Russia in the first place.



USA’s strategic game: North Korean nuclear weapons belong to China

Por • 13 may, 2017 • Category: Internacionales

A few days ago, North Korea accused Beijing of coming into an agreement with the US to increase pressure on Pyongyang to end North Korean nuclear and missile programs. Some analysts assumed that the North Korean administration stood up against China. If this is true, then the situation around the Korean nuclear missile problem becomes even more complicated.Yet, it appears that North Korea’s first criticism of China in decades has come as a smart game that the Chinese administration is playing. It would be an exaggeration to call North Korea a large self-governing province of China: all life in the DPRK depends on its large northern neighbour – China. Therefore, it would be correct to consider Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons as Chinese weapons: Beijing strategists have managed to acquire two nuclear arsenals. China’s nuclear weapons ensure the country a place among five world powers, members of the UN Security Council, but at the same time they are accountable to the IAEA and possessing nuclear weapons stipulates strict limitations and obligations that must be respected.