Latin American Perspectives on the U.S. Presidential Election

Latin American Perspectives on the U.S. Presidential Election

Join the Latin American Institute as four scholars of Latin American politics, hailing from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Brazil, and Chile discuss how the region's future might look different under a second Trump administration or a Biden presidency.

Wednesday, October 28, 2020
11:00 AM (Pacific Time)
Zoom
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The upcoming U.S. presidential election has far-reaching implications around the world. Perhaps nowhere is more acutely aware of this than Latin America, a region whose history has been profoundly shaped by the interventions of its neighbor to the north. Join the Latin American Institute as four scholars of Latin American politics, hailing from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Brazil, and Chile, discuss how the region’s future might look different under a second Trump administration or a Biden presidency.

Speakers:

1) Alejandro Díaz Domínguez, Escuela de Gobierno y Transformación Pública Tecnológico de Monterrey

2) Marco Cepik, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

3) Charles Venator-Santiago, University of Connecticut

4) Claudia Heiss, Universidad de Chile

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Cost: Free


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Sponsor(s): Center for Mexican Studies, Center for Brazilian Studies, Program on Caribbean Studies, Latin American Institute, Center for Southern Cone Studies