Historically, the relationship between Latin America and the United States has been multifaceted and complex, somtimes defined by strong regional cooperation and at others filled with economic and political tension and rivalry. Today, after the 2016 electoral process, LATAM needs to develop a new agenda for a new reality.
Please join us in a conversation with Dr. Jorge Castañeda, Former Foreign Minster of Mexico and Global Distinguised Profesor of Politics and Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU about the current and future situation of the US-Latin American relations, and its impact in trade, migration, and the 2018 elections.
This conference is organized by the HUman Rights and International Law League (THRILL), the Mexican Student Assocation (MEXSA), and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS).
This discussion will be followed by a light reception.