A deepening political-diplomatic and economic relationship between Portugal and China poses no risks to Portuguese foreign policy, but countries must moderate expectations on the results that may result from international agreements. The argument is defended by George Friedman, founder and chairman of Geopolitical Futures, about the visit of the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, to Portugal on the 4th and 5th of December.
In an interview with Jornal Econômico, the geopolitical analyst, who founded and led the think tank of Stratfor geopolitics for 20 years and now heads to Geopolitcal Futures, said that "Portugal should be talking to all nations, and being honored with a visit from Xi Jinping has value to the image of Portugal."
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