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2018 JLAG, 17:2

Journal of Latin American Geography
New Geographies of China and Latin America Relations:  Introduction to the Special Issue
Julie Michelle Klinger and Tom Narins
Imagining and Linking Latin America:  Chinese Regional Mobilities and Social Networks in Chile
Carol Chan
A Brief History of Outer Space Cooperation Between Latin America and China
Julie Michelle Klinger
Beanstalks and Trust in Chinese and Brazilian Food Systems
Adrian H. Hearn
The Battle of the Beans:  How Direct Brazil-China Soybean Trade Was Stillborn in 2004
Gustavo de L. T. Oliveira
Brazil-China defense cooperation:  a strategic partnership in the making?
Danilo Marcondes and Pedro Henrique Batista Barbosa
The Impact of Chinese Anti-Corruption Policies in Costa Rica:  Emerging Entrepreneurialisms
         Monica DeHart
Nicaragua's 'Grand' Canal:  Cuento Chino?  Rhetoric and Field Based Evidence on the Chinese Presence in Nicaragua
         Sarah McCall and Matthew J. Taylor
'Like scooping money out of the sea':  Chinese luxury seafood consumption, roving bandits, and the boom-and-bust jellyfish fishery on the Miskitu Coast of Nicaragua.
Matthew L. Fahrenbruch
 

JLAG Perspectives

IChina's Belt and Road Initiative:  What Role for Latin America?
Margaret Myers
 

JLAG Retrospective

Violent Green Spaces in Neoliberal Central America
Mary Finley-Brook

Book Reviews

The Andes:  A Geographical Portrait, by Axel Borsdor and Christoph Stadel
Marie Price
Andean Waterways:  Resource Politics in Highland Peru, by Mattias Borg Rasmussen
Kimberly Munro
Atemorizar la tierra:  Pedro de Alvarado y la Conquista de Guatemala, 1520–1541,  by W. George Lovell, Christopher H. Lutz, and Wendy Kramer
Kathryn Sampeck
All the Agents and Saints: Dispatches from the U.S. Borderlands, by Stephanie Elizondo Griest
Andrew M. Hilburn
Global Displacements:  The Making of Uneven Development in the Caribbean, by Marion Werner
Benjamin F. Timms
Who Owns Haiti:  People, Power, and Sovereignty, by Robert Maguire and Scott Freeman
Cínthia Leone S. dos Santos, Wagner C. Ribeiro