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"Latin America and the Asian Giants: Evolving Ties with China and India"

January 18, 2017

Washington’s policies toward Latin America under a Donald Trump presidency have yet to come fully into view, but many in the region wonder — with good reason — about the future of U.S. engagement. The likelihood that the U.S. will play a diminishing role in economic and political affairs in places like Brazil and Colombia has given Asian nations an opening to assert greater influence. This makes Latin America and the Asian Giants: Evolving Ties with China and India especially timely.

Though not written with a Trump presidency in mind, the new anthology, edited by Riordan Roett and...

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