Rusia, China, India y Asia Central


  • Stephen Blank


Palabras clave:

Rusia, China, India, Asia Central, Organización de Cooperación de Shanghái


La próxima entrada de India en la Organización de Cooperación de Shanghái puede ser importante para Delhi pero no puede deshacer el factor crítico de que China se está convirtiendo cada vez más en el actor extranjero más relevante en Asia Central y que Rusia está dependiendo de China hasta el punto de que su Ministerio de Defensa ha buscado formalmente una alianza con China en contra del terrorismo, «las revoluciones de colores» y los Estados Unidos. China está ganando en la competición por la influencia sobre Asia Central, India apenas es competitiva allí y Rusia está perdiendo terreno paulatinamente, principalmente debido a sus propios fracasos para acrecentar su capacidad económica-política, incluso antes de invadir Ucrania. Las consecuencias de esa jugada tan solo han acelerado el proceso de su creciente dependencia de China.


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Stephen Blank

American Foreign Policy Council, Washington, D.C.


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Blank, S. (2015). Rusia, China, India y Asia Central. Comillas Journal of International Relations, (3), 13–28.