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Boa parte do traballo do IGADI plásmase en numerosos artigos e colaboracións en prensa e revistas especializadas.

Para unha mellor clasificación e localización dos actuais 1924 artigos que integran a sección de Análise e Opinión, temos dividido estes nos seguintes apartados temático/xeográficos:

21/05/2015
21/05/2015
IGADI

Unha análise de Daniel Panizo Bartolomé

There is no literature with respect to Iran’s domestic growth and development, its increase in several industries such as iron and steel, cement and concrete, electricity production, oil refining and petrochemical industry, among others.

08/06/2014
08/06/2014
OPCh

We could perhaps accept that China, as many foresee, will become the first economic power of the planet in the near future. Its glory is not completely foregone, since it depends on the difficulties of their reform process, as well as on the reactions of the developed countries in the West through, among other things, the encouragement of sweeping free trade agreements. Nevertheless, the said reality could be confirmed in a few years.

04/06/2014
04/06/2014
OPCh

Not a few people in China ignore what happened in Tiananmen in June 1989. Furthermore, many of those who know, to be objective, care very little, or not at all. In contrast, the authorities are very careful not to overlook the said date. This is how effective and contradictory oblivion can be. Those who make the most to erase what happened from the collective memory cannot forget it under any condition. After 25 years, the Tiananmen paradox resides on the fact that, even though the causes for that civic rebellion (corruption, nepotism, increase in inequalities, demands for political reforms, etc.) still prevail today, the commitment of the actors who took part in such tragedy is very different, most notably the students, originally the main drivers of the protest. Today, in China, students are not a reference about the state of public opinion and the country’s conscience anymore, as they traditionally were since the beginning of the 20th century. After the events of 1989, the intense combination of indoctrination and depoliticisation, mandatory militias –several weeks long– still prevailing today  to instil discipline, the proliferation of all sorts of controls, the gradual transformation of universities into economic management units by different means –either through the creation of companies or through the controversial “sale” of places to the children of the wealthy– or a public policy on increasing research that focuses on ideological loyalties and invites to massive auto censorship, complete the neutralising circle.

29/05/2014
29/05/2014
OPCh

Marxism is the initial ideological foundation of the Communist Party of China (CPC). Over time it has incorporated Leninism, Maoism, Denguism and other more recent theoretical additions, from Jiang Zemin’s Three Represents to Hu Jintao’s Scientific Development. This forms a heterogeneous map that also contrasts with a reality in which economic liberalism and political authoritarianism are combined, bewildering those who try to guess whether China is one thing or the other, or both at the same time. This China believes in sovereignty and development, but what else does it believe in? Without a clear ideology we will not be able to say that China –or any other nation– is a strong country, even when its magnitude in other fields, be it economy or military force, improve noticeably over the years.

20/05/2014
20/05/2014
OPCh

One of the major constants that can be perceived in Chinese history is its enormous capacity to absorb and digest external influence. The Mongol invasion and the creation of the Yuan Dinasty (1279-1368), with the Great Kublai Kan at the lead, or the Qing Dinasty (1616-1911) have been frequently mentioned as paradigmatic. However, it could also be said that the very Han people, the overwhelming majority of the population in China, is nothing but a melting pot of the diverse miscegenation conformed throughout the centuries.

12/05/2014
12/05/2014
OPCh

Traditionally, when evaluating the axis of change initiated more than three decades ago in China with Deng Xiaoping we tend to focus more on the reform than on the opening to the outside. However, for a civilization that has lived wrapped up in itself for centuries, is new exposure to the outside world is the most significant factor. In fact, China has never been as interdependent as it is now, which implies a sweeping transformation.

29/01/2014
29/01/2014

Europe’s project is at a crucial moment. Next European elections represent a challenge from different points of views. The economic crisis is still troublesome for the south countries of the Union while not so for the Northern members. The economic crisis has brought "A Dream Crushing Effect" among young and adult Europeans and it has helped to increase the gap between the North and the South Members of the Union. This gap can be easily translated into eurosceptiscism. There is a believe that the European Union project has nothing to offer to the Southern countries besides a huge unemployment rate, more taxes or new bailouts. Therefore, eurosceptiscism has grown because of the insufficient information provided from Brussels about what the European Union is doing for the people and not against the people. In Britain, the United Kingdom Independence Party (from now on, UKIP) has been growing in the polls during last year and especially since the next European elections are getting closer.. Their message is clear; they want Britain in Europe but they will not allow any sort of impositions from Brussels like the political or banking union and so on because they do not want to be treated as little England anymore. 

22/10/2013
22/10/2013
IGADI

In 2012 the global system has entered in an open crisis, as deep as the one of 1929. This is the crisis of a new form of imperial capitalism. This new capitalism has the centre of the financial power in all corners of the world, and also at the peripheral countries like India, China or Brazil. We are talking about some kind of no head configuration of the international order, where speculation and disorder increase the probability of economic calamity.

08/09/2012
08/09/2012
IGADI

There are two main international views when it comes to Syria's conflict. One is publicly led by the US and the other one by Russia. Both countries having strong particular interests on that country and the region.

03/08/2012
03/08/2012

During Hu Jintao's term of office important changes have occurred in the cross-Strait relations. Although he endorsed the Anti-secession Law, his policies have been based on promoting mutual economic interdependence, with the establishment of the ECFA as its . The ‘third cooperation’ between the KMT and the CPC since 2005 and the election of Ma Ying-jeou as the President of Taiwan in 2008 -re-elected in 2012- have been key events for the rapprochement between the two parties. Nevertheless, reservations and fears subsist within the Taiwanese society regarding this rapprochement that might lead to the unification at the expense of its democratic political identity. Maintaining the status quo stands as common denominator for the two parts at stake and the international community. Any change to this situation involves risks if consensus is ignored.

02/05/2012
02/05/2012

China is watching the U.S.’s repositioning in the western Pacific without any real surprise. This decision is interpreted as an attempt to perpetuate the U.S.’s leadership in Asia. Jin Canrong, an expert in Sino-American relations at Beijing’s Renmin University, states that the U.S. is using China’s growth as a pretext to boost its military presence in the Asia-Pacific region. Regarding this as a major shift in strategy, in the People’s Daily on January 11th 2012 Tao Wenzhao denounced this “barely concealed” intention to counterbalance China’s rising influence in the region.

Tempo exterior: Revista de análise e estudos internacionais