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The Answer to Countering Chinese Influence in Brazil? Sanitation Reform.

The Answer to Countering Chinese Influence in Brazil? Sanitation Reform.

By Valeria Allende and Daniel Bonomo
The Amazon region’s water and sanitation infrastructure is critically underdeveloped. By working in this vital, often overlooked, area the U.S. can present itself as a stronger partner.
Argentina Joins China’s Belt and Road

Argentina Joins China’s Belt and Road

By Marc Lanteigne
The Argentine president’s attendance at the Beijing Winter Olympics brought big strides in the relationship.

China and the ‘Asia-South America Digital Door’

China and the ‘Asia-South America Digital Door’

By Lauren Ashmore
Chile’s project promoting digital connectivity to Asia has implications for the China-U.S. competition.

Colombia: China’s New Amigo?

Colombia: China’s New Amigo?

By David Castrillon
As Colombia grows closer to China, will it end up giving the U.S. a cold shoulder?

The Strange Saga of Taiwan’s Short-Lived Office in Guyana

The Strange Saga of Taiwan’s Short-Lived Office in Guyana

By Shannon Tiezzi
The closing of the office was a classic example of how U.S.-China rivalry served to complicate what should have been an innocuous diplomatic agreement.
COVID-19 Is Not Hurting China’s Diplomacy in at Least One Region: South America

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.

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

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: Argentina’s Last Resort

China: Argentina’s Last Resort

By Antonio C. Hsiang
Trump's latest tariff threat will likely push Argentina, already economically fragile, further into China's arms.

What President Bolsonaro Means for China-Brazil Relations

What President Bolsonaro Means for China-Brazil Relations

By Guy Burton
Will Jair Bolsonaro’s tough talk on China translate into policy?

Latin America’s Pacific Trap

Latin America’s Pacific Trap

By Dawisson Belém Lopes
Can the region again conduct pendulum diplomacy, this time between the U.S. and Asia?

Why China Is Not Bound to Lead Latin America

Why China Is Not Bound to Lead Latin America

By Dawisson Belém Lopes
There's something missing in Beijing's relations with Latin America.
Trump Makes China Great in Latin America

Trump Makes China Great in Latin America

By Antonio Hsiang
Trump's approach to trade and foreign policy will only make more room for China in the Western hemisphere.

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