2014
DOI: 10.1590/0034-7329201400204 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: As China turns increasingly to the cultivation of soft power in the course of developing its foreign policy, the use of political rhetoric and its explicit and implicit audiences become more and more important, both on a bilateral level and within the international arena at large. Using the case of China's relations with African countries, this article examines key themes within China's diplomatic narrative regarding its role on the African continent and contrasts with Western and African responses.

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“…De esta forma, con especificaciones de contexto y análisis de relaciones de poder, surgen estudios que caracterizan al ejercicio de la diplomacia china en términos positivos o negativos para con ciertos países o regiones (Avendaño Miranda, 2013;Lynch, 2013;Roy, 1996). También, ciertas investigaciones interpretan que la diplomacia china tiene el fin de proyectar una imagen específica al resto del mundo (Losada Olmos, 2013) por medio de su retórica (Corkin, 2014) e incluso sugieren la posibilidad de procesos hegemónicos mediados por el discurso (Beeson, 2009;Liebman, 2005;Roy, 1997). Aquí es importante resaltar, desde un punto de vista teórico, que toda orientación hegemónica de un discurso pone énfasis en la construcción de argumentos uniformes, distanciados de los "hechos", para satisfacer condiciones de control y reproducción (Davies, 2011).…”
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“…De esta forma, con especificaciones de contexto y análisis de relaciones de poder, surgen estudios que caracterizan al ejercicio de la diplomacia china en términos positivos o negativos para con ciertos países o regiones (Avendaño Miranda, 2013;Lynch, 2013;Roy, 1996). También, ciertas investigaciones interpretan que la diplomacia china tiene el fin de proyectar una imagen específica al resto del mundo (Losada Olmos, 2013) por medio de su retórica (Corkin, 2014) e incluso sugieren la posibilidad de procesos hegemónicos mediados por el discurso (Beeson, 2009;Liebman, 2005;Roy, 1997). Aquí es importante resaltar, desde un punto de vista teórico, que toda orientación hegemónica de un discurso pone énfasis en la construcción de argumentos uniformes, distanciados de los "hechos", para satisfacer condiciones de control y reproducción (Davies, 2011).…”
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“…El primero de ellos es que China tendría intenciones de afianzar un poder de tipo comunicativo-cultural (Serbin, 2017) a través de su retórica (Corkin, 2014) y en la forma de "soft power" (Nye Jr., 2004). Esto le permitiría a China superar dicha semiperiferia (junto con otras variables) e instalarse en el centro del sistema-mundo.…”
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“…China's foreign policy: diplomatic engagement and package deals China seems to have assumed the role of the champion of African and developing countries and has treated African countries with respect with its policy of non-interference in their domestic affairs (Corkin 2014). China's principles on sovereignty and non-interference in the internal affairs of states are appealing to African elites, most especially African states with authoritarian regimes.…”
Section: China's Soft Power In Africamentioning
“…Thus, China enjoys cordial relationship with President Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe, President Ali Bongo in Gabon and president Paul Biya in Cameroon (Corkin 2014). The primary resources China imports from Africa include petroleum, agricultural products and mineral ores.…”
Section: China's Cultural Exports and Political Valuesmentioning