Former ambassadors and experts on the Washington and Ottawa relationship discussed key issues to come up during the U.S. president's visit to Canada.
“If we’re not working together...both of our securities and frankly economic well-being is at risk," said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth in The New York Times.
“Lula wants to point to Biden as someone who defeated an authoritarian, anti-constitutional threat and lived to tell about it,” said AS/COA's Brian Winter to The Washington Post.
"We are going back to normal and normal is two big continent-sized democracies who have shared interests but also a history of not seeing eye-to-eye," said AS/COA's Brian Winter to The Washington Post.
Experts from AS/COA, the U.S.-Mexico Foundation, and the Business Council of Canada discuss what's at stake at the summit and findings from a media brief.
AS/COA Online looks at where Latinos in the United States stand on party affiliation, top issues, and support for the Biden administration.
From Title 42 to TPS, learn about major U.S. policies affecting Latin American migrants and asylum seekers.