The Subnational Channels of Latin America’s Integration: An Opportunity to Go Beyond National Linkages

In a regional context that is increasingly plagued by political and economic tensions, as a result in part of the new configurations of the international system, what could be the roadmap for regional integration in face of interstate fragmentation?

[ANALYSIS] The US-Latin American Policy Strategy: A Dialogue From Both Perspectives

Latin American-US relations are in a rocky place. The Biden administration started with great words but little results against the advances of China in the region. Meanwhile, the Republicans tend to show little interest for the region.

Escaping Meltdown, For Now: Peru’s Economy Goes On

Peru was hardly hit by the Covid-19 pandemic and a permanent state of political crisis, and yet, Peru’s economy kept performing well due to a fresh wave of domestic investments and increase in public spending. However, the country and its government still face serious challenges for its long-term economic health.

Many Critics, a Few Allies, and Some Awkward Friends: Mapping and Explaining Latin American Reactions to Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Moscow’s actions in Ukraine were met with widespread condemnation in Latin America. There were, however, a few unsurprisingly friendly words from allied governments and some ambiguous reactions from regional sympathizers.

Uncle Nick: The New American Friend

The Ukrainian war skyrocketed the oil and gas prices, pushing the US inflation.
President Biden, as a pragmatic Democrat, started to revive the commercial relations with Venezuela, putting at stake his reputation on human rights.