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EE.UU.-China: Los ecos de la cumbre Bush-Hu

  • Xulio Rios
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    China se muestra cada vez más segura de sí misma en su actuar internacional. No se trata solo de poder económico. A diferencia de EE.UU., cuyos valores han perdido credibilidad en razón de un proselitismo militarizado y de acentuado doble rasero, su influencia va creciendo y ello provoca rivalidades estratégicas de profundo calado cuando aumentan por doquier las tensiones originadas por la búsqueda de la seguridad económica. A raíz de la cumbre, en Beijing se habla de un nuevo “consenso de Washington”. Pero en el Renmin Ribao (Diario del Pueblo) del 24 de abril también se advierte: “En adelante, es posible que haya reveses en la política de EEUU hacia China y se debe apreciar con lucidez esta situación”. La cosa no parece tener fácil arreglo. De entrada, China insiste en seguir su propio camino y ese ejercicio será leído en Washington en clave de postular una rivalidad.

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