Liderazgo geopolítico: el papel de los acuerdos comerciales

Juan de Lucio

Resumen


Las relaciones comerciales de carácter transnacional y la formulación de los acuerdos comerciales que configuran las mismas, constituyen piezas clave en la estrategia geopolítica de los países. Si bien la articulación de la influencia geopolítica a través del comercio no es algo nuevo, sí lo es la creciente incorporación de cláusulas no comerciales en los tratados de comercio. En este contexto, China, como potencia emergente y EE. UU., líder consolidado, están intentando introducir nuevas orientaciones en el orden económico mundial a través de la configuración y articulación del comercio.

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tratados de libre comercio; internacionalización; globalización; geopolítica

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