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The US Still Doesn’t Understand China’s Strategy in Latin America
September 08, 2021

The US Still Doesn’t Understand China’s Strategy in Latin America

By Thiago de Aragao
It's not that China understands Latin America better than the U.S. Rather, China has a pragmatic approach that fits the profile of Latin American governments and leaders.

China’s Vaccine Diplomacy in Latin America
August 10, 2021

China’s Vaccine Diplomacy in Latin America

By Lucie Kneip
Beijing’s vaccines are just one aspect of its increased presence in the region. It’s time for Washington to start paying attention.
Latin America Believed in Chinese Vaccines. Now It May Have Reason to Rethink.
April 21, 2021

Latin America Believed in Chinese Vaccines. Now It May Have Reason to Rethink.

By Isabel Bernhard
China’s latest disclosure could reconfigure regional politics and promote domestic development across the Americas.

China Is Expanding Its Foreign Policy Vision. Is Latin America Ready?
January 16, 2021

China Is Expanding Its Foreign Policy Vision. Is Latin America Ready?

By Isabel Bernhard
A more expansive Chinese foreign policy after 2021 will have political and economic implications for its Western Hemispheric partners.

Japan Aims tor Greater Engagement in Latin America
January 12, 2021

Japan Aims tor Greater Engagement in Latin America

By Astha Chadha
Foreign Minister Motgei’s visit to the region is another manifestation of the Suga administration’s focus.

How Latin America Can Make the Most of the US-China Competition
December 16, 2020

How Latin America Can Make the Most of the US-China Competition

By Paola Zuleta
As a theater for great power confrontation, Latin American states can leverage influence and shape relations with both powers.

Will the IDB’s Politicization Pull China and Latin America Closer?
November 05, 2020

Will the IDB’s Politicization Pull China and Latin America Closer?

By Isabel Bernhard
U.S. and Chinese attempts to shape Latin American governments’ lending options raise issues of sovereignty and choice.
COVID-19 Is Not Hurting China’s Diplomacy in at Least One Region: South America
May 29, 2020

COVID-19 Is Not Hurting China’s Diplomacy in at Least One Region: South America

By Lukas Mejia and Marine Ragnet
Amid U.S. retrenchment, China rises as an alternative for South America – even amid the pandemic.

Taiwan’s Medical Diplomacy in the Caribbean: A Final Stand Against Beijing?
May 11, 2020

Taiwan’s Medical Diplomacy in the Caribbean: A Final Stand Against Beijing?

By Jared Ward
Taiwan’s aid in the COVID-19 fight could be its best chance at keeping its remaining diplomatic allies.

Latin America Used To Be Positive Toward China. COVID-19 Might Change That.
April 10, 2020

Latin America Used To Be Positive Toward China. COVID-19 Might Change That.

By Igor Patrick
Like other regions, Latin America has seen a rise in anti-Chinese rhetoric since the outbreak began.

China Is Getting Closer to One of the Best US Allies in Latin America
March 27, 2020

China Is Getting Closer to One of the Best US Allies in Latin America

By Juan Camilo Martínez Garcia
40 years since relations were established, Colombia-China relations are entering a bold new phase.  
China Adapts to a Changing Latin America
March 13, 2020

China Adapts to a Changing Latin America

By Miquel Vila Moreno
China has been able to weather the fall of friendly leftist governments in the region -- at least so far.

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