Moisés Naím | Polarization and Social Unrest: The State of Affairs in Latin America U.S. Foreign Policy
Join Ambassador Patrick Duddy as he speaks with Moisés Naím, former Editor-in-Chief of Foreign Policy Magazine and Distinguished Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment, to discuss the state of US-Latin America relations today. Latin America has been particularly tense this year. Nicolás Maduro remains in power in Venezuela as refugees flee amid a global pandemic. Honduras' president is under investigation for drug ties, and leaders throughout the region have used Covid-19 as a pretext to consolidate power. How will Biden approach these challenges? What can we learn from the mistakes of the Trump and Obama administrations?
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