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Transition 2021 Series: The U.S. Approach to Latin America and the Caribbean

Monday, May 3, 2021
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Fellow for Latin America Studies, Council on Foreign Relations; @pol_ange

Principal Economic Advisor, Integration and Trade Sector, Inter-American Development Bank

Professor of Practice, William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies, National Defense University; CFR Member


Host, Weekend Edition Sunday, NPR; CFR Member

Transition 2021 Series and Latin America Studies Program

Panelists discuss how the Biden administration will approach relations with Latin America and the Caribbean, including issues pertaining to trade, migration, climate, and challenges to democratic governance.

The Transition 2021 series examines the major foreign policy issues confronting the Biden administration.

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