Diaspora and Trust: Cuba, Mexico, and the Rise of China by Adrian H. Hearn

By Adrian H. Hearn

In Diaspora and Trust Adrian H. Hearn proposes new paradigm of socio-economic improvement is gaining significance for Cuba and Mexico. regardless of their contrasting political ideologies, either nations needs to construct new varieties of belief one of the country, society, and resident chinese language diaspora groups in the event that they are to harness the potentials of China’s upward push. Combining political and monetary research with ethnographic fieldwork, Hearn analyzes Cuba's and Mexico's old family with China, and highlights how chinese language diaspora groups at the moment are deepening those ties. Theorizing belief in its place to current versions of exchange—which are failing to navigate the world's moving fiscal currents—Hearn exhibits how Cuba and Mexico can reformulate the stability of energy among nation, marketplace, and society. a brand new paradigm of household improvement and overseas engagement in accordance with belief is changing into serious for Cuba, Mexico, and different nations looking to take advantage of China’s turning out to be fiscal energy and social influence.

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Passing the test of changing and adverse international circumstances” (quoted in Lam 2004, 3; also see Murray 2004). The visit yielded agreements in education, public health, biotechnology, telecommunications, earthquake detection, solar energy research, cancer treatment, vaccine production, nickel mining, and oil exploraCUBA, CHINA, AND THE LONG MARCH TO THE MARKET 37 tion. 8 billion worth of Cuban nickel—nearly all that had been produced since 2004 (United Nations Commodity Trade Statistics Database 2015).

The mediations pursued by governments, companies, and community associations in their quest for effective responses to China’s rise have also required compromise. How diaspora and trust condition these interactions is the question to which we now turn. 28 INTRODUCTION CUBA, CHINA, AND THE LONG MARCH TO THE MARKET Miguel, better known as Chino, gestured enthusiastically toward his new armchair. A carpenter by trade, he had always made his own furniture, but this was a piece to be proud of. It contained the best available fabric and timber, affordable thanks to his new job.

Setting out with this orientation, the book traces the cultural formation of trust, first as a principle for formulating China’s political interactions with—and within—Cuba and Mexico (chapters 1 and 2) and then as a catalyst for purposeful solidarity among Chinese communities in the two countries (chapters 3 and 4). The goal is to generate insight into how top-down policies and bottom-up proposals at times converge and at other times diverge in response to China’s rise, and how trust shapes these critical junctures.

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