Comparable occurred in Latin America with the boom in commodities Last Database and the reprimarization of the economy stimulated by the impact of Chinese demand for minerals and agricultural products. Another point of contact in the Last Database economic field, interfering in the world political table, refers to trade sanctions and the automatic inclusion of the Taliban Afghanistan as one more of its victims. The route plan decided upon at the recent G-7 Last Database meeting served to replace the menu of joint military action with that of shared coercive diplomacy.
All of this remains to be defined depending Last Database on how the internal situation of insecurity, instability and human rights in Afghanistan evolves. What is clear, however, is that an eventual escalation of economic sanctions as an instrument to Last Database try to influence that country could well push it into the arms of the US's strategic competitors .: China and Russia. This has been, to a great extent, the recent history in Latin America. Currently a practice of expansive Last Database scope, led by the US and the European Union, the application of sanctions has stimulated defensive strategies that strengthen the bonds and networks of solidarity between the punished countries.
A counter-diplomacy is generated between Last Database governments at odds with the circle of Western powers that contributes to pasteurizing the idea of threat, securitizing world views and transforming the notion of difference into conflict. One consequence of such Last Database distortion has been the repetition of the two-track strategies adopted by Washington in its reluctant political dialogue moves, without abandoning the use of coercion. In Latin America, both Last Database Cuba and Venezuela are good examples of repeated cycles of dialogue conditioned by coercive practices. The lists of sanctions applied to both countries are long and, in the recent period, in the context of the covid-19 pandemic, were questioned by the agencies of the United Nations Organization ( un ) .