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Chinese investment in Latin America

China’s Green Energy Investments Aim at Latin America Amid Competition With the US

China’s Green Energy Investments Aim at Latin America Amid Competition With the US

By Ricardo Lopes Kotz
Chinese investments in Latin America are shifting to focus on decarbonization and renewable energies, using technologies that are strategic for the future of the global economy. 

The Geopolitical Ripple: How China-US Tensions Reshape Business in Latin America

The Geopolitical Ripple: How China-US Tensions Reshape Business in Latin America

By Thiago de Aragao
The rivalry between Washington and Beijing has put Latin American countries in a challenging position, particularly as the region's economic dependence on China grows.
Comparing China’s Engagement in Africa and Latin America

Comparing China’s Engagement in Africa and Latin America

By R. Evan Ellis
There are substantial commonalities in Beijing’s engagement between the two regions, but also differences that provide insights into how China-based entities make, and adapt, policies.

China’s Shipping Giant Gets Foothold in South America With New Multipurpose Port in Peru

China’s Shipping Giant Gets Foothold in South America With New Multipurpose Port in Peru

By Francisco Vasquez
COSCO’s $3 billion port project in Chancay, Peru, looks to remake logistics in Latin America.

Chinese Private Security Companies in Latin America

Chinese Private Security Companies in Latin America

By Leland Lazarus and R. Evan Ellis
The expanding presence of China-based companies in Latin America, and the security problems they have experienced there, creates an inherent demand for Chinese private security companies.

China-Latin America Relations Amid the Pink Tide 2.0

China-Latin America Relations Amid the Pink Tide 2.0

By Lunting Wu
The distinct features of the current leftist politics in Latin America may shape relations with China differently than during the first Pink Tide in the early 2000s. 

Race to the Bottom: China and the Self-Defeating Logic of Transactional Diplomacy in the Americas

Race to the Bottom: China and the Self-Defeating Logic of Transactional Diplomacy in the Americas

By R. Evan Ellis
The U.S. shouldn’t base its Latin America policy on trying to match China’s actions in the region.
Did Costa Rica’s Decision to Recognize China Pay Off?

Did Costa Rica’s Decision to Recognize China Pay Off?

By Nohelia Rivera-Matias
15 years after Costa Rica became the first Central American state to switch recognition from Taiwan, has San Jose capitalized on the change?

India vs. China in Latin America: Competing Actors or in Separate Leagues?

India vs. China in Latin America: Competing Actors or in Separate Leagues?

By Hari Seshasayee
China’s presence in the region is on another level from India’s, yet New Delhi remains an important partner for Latin America.

China in Latin America: The Western Hemisphere Security Strategy Act

China in Latin America: The Western Hemisphere Security Strategy Act

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from R. Evan Ellis.

China’s Investment Setbacks in Panama

China’s Investment Setbacks in Panama

By Christopher Cairns
What can other potential recipients of Chinese investment learn from recent ups and downs in Panama and beyond?
China’s Front Door to America’s Backyard

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.

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