Uma visão geral da política externa chinesa contemporânea: estratégias, atores e instrumentos

An overview of contemporary Chinese foreign policy: strategies, actors and instruments

  • Renan Holanda Montenegro IEASIA/UFPE
Palavras-chave: China, Estado e Governo, Política Externa, Relações Internacionais

Resumo

Nos últimos anos, houve uma proliferação de livros e artigos sobre aspectos diversos da atuação internacional da China, como relações comerciais, investimentos, participação em novos fóruns multilaterais, questões de defesa, etc. Por outro lado, existe uma relativa ausência de textos introdutórios resumidos sobre a política externa do país, principalmente em língua portuguesa. O presente trabalho busca preencher essa lacuna por meio de uma análise de três aspectos centrais para se compreender a China na contemporaneidade sob lentes macro: 1) a existência de uma grande estratégia; 2) o desenho administrativo interno e os principais atores de política externa; e 3) os instrumentos à disposição para se perseguir os objetivos internacionais do país. Estudantes de graduação de Relações Internacionais – e de Ciências Sociais em geral – em estágio inicial de contato com temas sobre a China são o público-alvo, além de outros possíveis interessados no assunto.

 

 

Abstract: Over the last years there has been a proliferation of books and articles on various aspects of China's international performance, such as trade relations, investment, participation in new multilateral arenas, defense issues, etc. On the other hand, there is a relative lack of summary introductory texts on the country's foreign policy, mainly in Portuguese. This paper seeks to fill this gap by analyzing three central aspects to understand China in the contemporary world under macro lens: 1) the existence of a great strategy; 2) the internal administrative division and the main foreign policy actors; and 3) the instruments available to pursue the country's international objectives. International Relations undergraduate students – and those of Social Sciences in general – in the initial stage of contact with topics related to China are the target audience, in addition to other people interested in the subject.

Keywords: China. State and Government. Foreign Policy. International Relations.

 

 

Recebido em: maio/2019.

Aprovado em: agosto/2019.

 

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Biografia do Autor

Renan Holanda Montenegro, IEASIA/UFPE

Doutor em Ciência Política (UFPE) com período de mobilidade na Universidade Nova de Lisboa e mestre em Relações Internacionais (UERJ). Pesquisador associado do Instituto de Estudos da Ásia (UFPE).

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