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Why Latin American Populism Is Bad News for China
August 13, 2019

Why Latin American Populism Is Bad News for China

By Antonio C. Hsiang
Amid shifting political trends, China’s relationships with strategic partners in Latin America are in limbo.

China’s Front Door to America’s Backyard
June 28, 2019

China’s Front Door to America’s Backyard

By Don Giolzetti
China's rising influence in Panama is a case study of its ambitions in Latin America.
China’s Continued Courting of El Salvador
June 08, 2019

China’s Continued Courting of El Salvador

By Eleanor Albert
One year after El Salvador cut ties with Taiwan in favor of the mainland, the young relationship has taken an uneasy turn.

China-El Salvador Relationship Wobbles
March 18, 2019

China-El Salvador Relationship Wobbles

By Charlotte Gao
El Salvador President-elect Nayib Bukele criticized China publicly amid his U.S. visit.

How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry
February 27, 2019

How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry

By Leigh Wedell
Chinese investments and technology are proving a powerful lure for Latin American countries.

Will President-Elect Bukele Alter El Salvador’s Relations With China?
February 15, 2019

Will President-Elect Bukele Alter El Salvador’s Relations With China?

By Charlotte Gao
John Bolton and Nayib Bukele recently discussed ways to counter “Chinese predatory practices.”

Is the US Ready to Stand Up for Taiwan Against China?
September 10, 2018

Is the US Ready to Stand Up for Taiwan Against China?

By Charlotte Gao
The U.S. recalls diplomats in three nations that recently switched allegiance from Taipei to Beijing.
Days After Tsai Ing-wen Wraps Up Houston Stopover, Taiwan Loses Another Ally to China
August 21, 2018

Days After Tsai Ing-wen Wraps Up Houston Stopover, Taiwan Loses Another Ally to China

By Charlotte Gao
Cutting ties with Taiwan, the Republic of El Salvador established diplomatic relations with China.

Not So Win-Win: Don’t Let China Weaken the UN’s Human Rights Institutions
March 22, 2018

Not So Win-Win: Don’t Let China Weaken the UN’s Human Rights Institutions

By Juan Auz
For human rights defenders in Ecuador, where Chinese mining projects encroach on indigenous lands, the result could be disastrous.

US Speaks Its Mind on China’s Strengthening Relationship With Latin America
February 13, 2018

US Speaks Its Mind on China’s Strengthening Relationship With Latin America

By Sean Miner
The United States must rethink its relationship with Latin America if it wants to respond to China's influence.

As America Withdraws From Latin America, China Steps in
January 04, 2018

As America Withdraws From Latin America, China Steps in

By Antonio C. Hsiang
With so little opposition from the United States, China’s Belt and Road Initiative will easily extend to Latin America.
A Latin American Battle: China vs. Taiwan
August 19, 2017

A Latin American Battle: China vs. Taiwan

By Binay Prasad
China is competing with Taiwan in Central America and the Caribbean, an abandoned American backyard.

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