"Biden é experiente, discreto…Isso tem apelo depois de um presidente como Bolsonaro", diz Brian Winter da AS/COA à Folha de S. Paulo.
AS/COA in the News
High-level officials from Biden Administration gave exclusive remarks on their Latin American policy.
The United States has a blind spot in recognizing the risk of letting China and Russia take ground in the region, said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to The Washington Post.
“It remains to be seen how much flexibility Díaz-Canel will have,” said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to Miami Herald.
The only way to recapture ground would be to overwhelm the region with generosity in combating the pandemic, said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to the Associated Press.
"Can anyone successfully govern Peru?" said AS/COA's Brian Winter to Bloomberg.
“With legislative control in play and, given AMLO’s figurehead role, his party would benefit if his government can pick up the vaccination pace,” said AS/COA's Carin Zissis in the Latin America Advisor.
“This is a major moment for Brazilian democracy,” said AS/COA's Brian Winter to The Guardian.
“It undermines the message that Cuba is a broadly authoritarian country," said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to The Washington Post.
Latinoamérica ha dejado en evidencia la voluntad de relacionarse de manera más amplia con Rusia y China, dijo Eric Farnsworth de AS/COA a Associated Press.
It is in the United States’ national interest to provide vaccines to Western Hemisphere countries, particularly Mexico, say AS/COA's chairman, chairmen emeriti, and president and CEO.
"É importante resistir ao desejo de…retratar as revelações da Lava Jato, como nada mais que um sonho febril", diz Brian Winter da AS/COA na BBC News.
Using instruments made from the materials indigenous to Guatemala, Joaquín Orellana "articulates a radically expansive and humane approach to avant-garde composition," writes Johanna Fateman.
“It’s fundamental for the United States and Mexico to get their relationship right — and both sides know that,” said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to Politico.
The Spine of Music showcases Joaquín Orellana's “sculptural, Surrealist, and darkly sensuous” instruments, per a New York Times review.
Los instrumentos musicales de Joaquín Orellana parecen de otro planeta, pero salieron de la extraordinaria imaginación del artista guatemalteco, escribe Helen Cook en EFE.
Hay un gran vacío de poder en todo el hemisferio cuando se trata del crimen organizado, dijo el vicepresidente de política de AS/COA.
“President Duque has set a high bar for the Americas and the world in giving protective status to these Venezuelan refugees,” said AS/COA's Susan Segal.