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REGIONAL BLOCKS, INTEGRATION AND TRANSNATIONALIZATION IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

Objectives
Analyze and evaluate the processes of transnationalization and integration of infrastructure in Latin America and the Caribbean, critically considering the different strategies of the winners and losers of these experiences and studying the power relations between different states and capitals.

CONFLICTIVITY AND TRANSNATIONAL CAPITAL IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

Objectives
Classify, describe and interpret conflicts (both within societies and those of international importance) linked to the performance of transnational companies, relating conflicts with the instrumentation of States as legitimizing apparatus for activating the dominant classes.

FOREIGN POLICY AND TRANSNATIONAL CAPITAL IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

Objectives
Identify and analyze the performance of Latin American and Caribbean states and the practices of the local ruling classes in regional economic structures, examining their role in facilitating or hindering political decision-making processes in view of the configuration of the presence of transnational capitals.

ASIA-LATIN AMERICA RELATIONS

Objectives
Analyze the rise of Asia in world geoeconomics; to examine relations before colonization and European mediation in relations between Asia and the Americas. Studies on the rise of Asia as the dynamic center of the world economy. The growth of China, its international reintegration and Latin America. The geopolitical and geo-economic importance of human and natural resources in Latin America. Bi-regional relations between Asia and Latin America. Relations between the countries of Asia and Latin America in the 21st century.

TRANSNATIONALIZATION, AGRICULTURAL ISSUE AND AGRO-INDUSTRIAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

Objectives
Describe and characterize the participation of foreign capital in different sub-sectors of the agro-industrial complex of Latin American and Caribbean countries in the indicated period, linking these developments with the changes in their agrarian structures.

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