Andrea Colombo is currently a master student at the University of Salamanca, Stockholm University and Sorbonne Nouvelle University Paris III as part of an Erasmus Mundus Degree in Latin American Studies. He interned at the Inter-American Dialogue and he is interested in Latin America and EU’s cooperation with the region.
Brazil, Lula might be back. Will his foreign policy be different?
It is highly likely that Lula will cooperate with the US on issues such as climate change and democracy-building, without neglecting the trade and financial benefits he might receive from China
The foreign policy of Bolsonaro in the context of the coming elections
The institutional breakdown could hamper the possibility of Brazil to cooperate internationally with the region and beyond on key areas such as climate change, trade security and democracy-building
Chile’s “rechazo”: the reasons behind it and the consequences for Boric
The document submitted for popular referendum on September 4th has proven to be too radical. Chileans want change, but they want a more moderate one than that proposed by the new constitution