The summit will take place in Los Angeles in June. AS/COA’s Steve Liston explains how it offers the chance to “lay out a vision for what the U.S. wants to achieve” in Latin America.
"Latinoamérica nunca iba a ser una prioridad para el gobierno de Biden, simplemente iba a haber una forma diferente de relacionarse con la región", dijo Eric Farnsworth de AS/COA a Associated Press.
"The biggest challenge for keeping ties productive will be sustaining the attention necessary to tackle deep-rooted problems," writes AS/COA's Carin Zissis in World Politics Review.
"We know not everything is going to get solved in a one-day summit, but that doesn't mean it's not important," said AS/COA's Carin Zissis to The Washington Post.
"I don't see [migration] as necessarily being a sticking point between the two countries," said AS/COA Online editor-in-chief Carin Zissis about the upcoming meeting.
The three heads of state meet on November 18. AS/COA’s Carin Zissis covers what’s on the docket at the first North American Leaders Summit in five years.