Amid the coronavirus pandemic, global geopolitical relations are being shaken to their roots, and Latin America is no different. The region is experiencing new transformations in political, economic, and societal terms. In turn, all these rapid changes are having an impact on how Latin American countries shape their own foreign policies, and on how they adapt to the challenges of an increasingly multipolar world.
How are the US, China, and the EU competing in terms of political alliances and economic projection on the Latin American region? And how are some of the main Latin American countries (namely Brazil, Mexico, and Venezuela) contributing to shape these new regional dynamics?
Table of Contents
Introduction, Paolo Magri
1. America First: the Death of Pan-Americanism, Loris Zanatta
2. Europe and Germany on the Relaunch of EU-LAC Relations, Gian Luca Gardini
3. China’s Engagement in Latin America: Prospects still Short of Expectations?, Mario Esteban, Ugo Armanini
4. The First Year of the Bolsonaro’s Foreign Policy, Guilherme Casarões
5. The Venezuelan Crisis and Its Geopolitical Dimension, Antonella Mori
6. Mexico`s New Foreign Policy: Between Pragmatism and Principism, Rafael Velázquez Flores