After decades of intense growth, today Beijing is considered able to harness its economic power to gain influence and advance its strategic interests on a global scale. In the Western Hemisphere too – particularly in South America – China now plays a crucial role both commercially and financially. Using the concept of economic dependence as the main explanatory variable, the article intends to verify whether and to what extent the trade and financial relationship with Beijing has translated for South American countries into greater convergence in terms of foreign policy, measured on the basis of the voting behaviour at the UNGA.

Dipendenza economica da Pechino e voto alle Nazioni Unite. Il caso sudamericano

Lorenzo Termine
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Alessandro Vesprini
Ultimo
2022

Abstract

After decades of intense growth, today Beijing is considered able to harness its economic power to gain influence and advance its strategic interests on a global scale. In the Western Hemisphere too – particularly in South America – China now plays a crucial role both commercially and financially. Using the concept of economic dependence as the main explanatory variable, the article intends to verify whether and to what extent the trade and financial relationship with Beijing has translated for South American countries into greater convergence in terms of foreign policy, measured on the basis of the voting behaviour at the UNGA.
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