Panel Discussion
"China and Latin America:
Perceptions, Problems, and Opportunities"

February 12, 2013


Video of the panel discussion.

While China’s relations with Latin America once focused on revolutionary movements and social justice, today they revolve around markets and materials. This change has brought both increased tensions and new relationships. This panel explores the changing role of China in Latin America and the economic factors that drive relations, cultural overtures, and opportunities for the future.

Panel Discussants:
Carol Wise, Associate Professor of International Relations, University of Southern California
Julia Strauss, Senior Lecturer in Chinese Politics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
Barry Eichengreen, Professor of Economics and Political Science, UC Berkeley
Margaret Myers, Director, China and Latin America Program, Inter-America Dialogue

Moderator: Harley Shaiken, Professor of Education and Geography; Chair, Center for Latin American Studies, UC Berkeley

Co-sponsored with the Institute of East Asian Studies and the Center for Chinese Studies

 

China and Latin America panel, February 2013.
Discussion panel at the event. (Photo by Megan Kang.)

Barry Eichengreen, February 2013. (Photo by Megan Kang.)

Margaret Myers, February 2013.
Margaret Myers, February 2013. (Photo by Megan Kang.)


Carol Wise, February 2013. (Photo by Megan Kang.)


Harley Shaiken moderates the panel, February 2013.
Modearator Harley Shaiken, February 2013. (Photo by Megan Kang.)

 


 
 
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