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The Dispute Between Powers Can Be Described
« on: August 30, 2023, 01:19:14 am »
The dispute between powers can be described from a hypothesis of a growing diffusion of power (with China on the rise, but the United States maintaining dominance in the military and financial fields, among others), multipolar (with interrelation between different poles of power) or bipolar (with parity between the two dominant powers). Merke favors the first option and warns that the US has the power resources to condition the region, and Argentina in particular, via the International Monetary Fund ( IMF) .), especially on issues such as the purchase of Danish F-16 military aircraft, energy infrastructure and communications (Chinese 5g technology), in addition to the recent limitations imposed by the Inflation Reduction Act on the entry of lithium into the US.

In turn, China enters the region with yuan to finance India Email List works, just at a time when the rethinking of global value chains, digitization and artificial intelligence, together with the imperative to improve resilience and sustainability, reposition infrastructure at the center of the discussion on a global scale. Chinese penetration in Argentina includes: hydroelectric developments in Santa Cruz, stage iithe President Néstor Kirchner gas pipeline, ten wind projects and five solar projects, lithium concessions, investments in space projects and telescopes in Neuquén and San Juan, and perhaps the fourth nuclear power plant (Atucha III) and even a port and petrochemical) and even a port and petrochemical pole in Tierra del Fuego.

The accession to the Belt and Road Initiative and the subsequent cooperation plan have marked an unavoidable milestone in this strategic alliance with Beijing.In the geopolitical/globalization dynamics, Argentina exhibits a diversified network of trading partners, and although trade with China has grown in recent years, it maintains a fluid –although not always harmonious– conversation with the US at the same time . The recent tours of Washington and Beijing by the economic authorities demonstrate this. In sum, Argentina must put aside the China/ US , open/closed and growth/sustainability dichotomies, to ask itself what is the best balance that serves its growth and development goals.

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