Asia en el mundo del siglo XXI

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João Guimarães

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En este análisis inevitablemente impresionista de la parte del futuro de Asia que ya se puede leer en su presente, se discute primero el debate sobre el llamado ‘milagro asiático’ y la forma como ese milagro podrá continuar en los próximos veinte o treinta años. Se refieren después algunos aspectos de la evolución previsible de Asia a mediano y largo plazo, demográfica y económica, y se discuten sus consecuencias en términos de tres retos a los que será necesario responder: la utilización de recursos naturales y el medio ambiente, el combate a la pobreza y, crucial para la respuesta a los otros dos, la gobernabilidad. Finalmente, se discuten algunos aspectos e implicaciones políticas de todo esto.

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Guimarães, J. (2004). Asia en el mundo del siglo XXI. Revista De Fomento Social, (234), 277-301. https://doi.org/10.32418/rfs.2004.234.2300
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