Karin Costa Vazquez

Karin Costa Vazquez

Karin Costa Vazquez is a scholar at the Centre for BRICS Studies at Fudan University and an associate professor, assistant dean and executive director of the Centre for African Latin American and Caribbean Studies at O.P. Jindal Global University, India. Previously, she was an adviser to multilateral development banks, UN agencies and governments.

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Opinion | As China moves towards net zero emissions, is the world ready for the economic impact?

Whether countries stand to reap benefits from a zero-carbon China depends on their export profile and their readiness to decarbonise domestically.

Whether countries stand to reap benefits from a zero-carbon China depends on their export profile and their readiness to decarbonise domestically.

As China moves towards net zero emissions, is the world ready for the economic impact?
19 Jul 2021 - 1:00AM
Opinion | Trump’s defeat leaves Bolsonaro rebalancing Brazil’s relations with US and China

Bolsonaro’s far-right rhetoric is likely to fall on deaf ears in the US unless it serves broader US strategy in Latin America. He is unlikely to shift his position on China soon, though a push for new markets elsewhere in Asia could reduce dependence on China.

Bolsonaro’s far-right rhetoric is likely to fall on deaf ears in the US unless it serves broader US strategy in Latin America. He is unlikely to shift his position on China soon, though a push for new markets elsewhere in Asia could reduce dependence on China.

Trump’s defeat leaves Bolsonaro rebalancing Brazil’s relations with US and China
28 Feb 2021 - 7:49PM