Enrique Dussel Peters, Adrian H. Hearn, Harley Shaiken
Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, China, United States, Mexico, International Relations, Globalization, International Trade, Economic Development, Research, Development Aid, Regional Integration, Energy, Environmental Policy, Informal Economies, Security, North American Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA
This book advances the concept of “triangular relationships” by analyzing benefits and conflicts within US-Mexico-China relations as Chinas´ influence increases. The contributors examine this phenomenon from economic, political, and social perspectives. China´s deepening impact in the Americas suggests that triangular relation-ships, such as those examined in this volume, will necessarily weigh more heavily into other fields of research in the future.
Enrique Dussel Peters, Adrian H. Hearn, Harley Shaiken ed. "China and the New Triangular Relationships in the Americas: China and the Future of US-Mexico Relations" (2013). University of Miami Center for Latin American Studies Publications. http://scholarlyrepository.miami.edu/clas_publications/3