High-level officials from Biden Administration gave exclusive remarks on their Latin American policy.
AS/COA in the News
El discurso del Presidente Jair Bolsonaro representó un "cambio de tono", dijo el vicepresidente de AS/COA sobre la cumbre climática.
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.
"En el escenario político en los dos países hay un nivel de hastío", dijo la gerente editorial senior de AS/COA Online.
“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.
“One would hope that as vaccinations are reaching certain thresholds…we do find a way somehow to be very generous,” said the AS/COA vice president.
"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.
"Va muy despacio y hay preocupación por las variantes", dijo la editora en jefe de AS/COA Online.
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.