Cambiando prácticas en el campo de la ayuda internacional para el desarrollo: el ascenso de China y su influencia en África

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  • Victor Manuel Olea Contreras ITESO

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32870/mycp.v10i30.745

Palabras clave:

China, África, OCDE, ayuda internacional para el desarrollo, giro práctico

Resumen

El presente trabajo tiene como objetivo analizar el impacto del surgimiento de China como donante no tradicional, enfocándonos en el caso particular de África. Debido a las peculiaridades que muestran las prácticas de ayuda chinas, el posicionamiento de Pekín como jugador importante en dicho campo representa un serio desafío al orden establecido, ejemplificado en las normas e ideas establecidas por el Comité de Ayuda para el Desarrollo (CAD) de la Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económico (OCDE), que ha dominado desde el final de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Así pues, para poder observar la tensión entre el surgimiento de China como donante y el orden imperante, el trabajo adopta un enfoque centrado en las prácticas sociales, que enfatiza las acciones como potenciadoras del cambio O como mantenedoras del statu quo, argumentando que para el caso chino en África se estarían posicio-nando dentro de la primera categoría.

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