“The countries of the hemisphere are at an inflection point,” writes Juan S. Gonzalez, a former special advisor to Vice President Joe Biden, in a new op-ed for AQ. Gonzalez spoke to AQ‘s Brian Winter about how a Biden administration might lead the region in confronting challenges like COVID-19, climate change and democratic instability, with insight into how Biden might engage Nicolás Maduro and why the presidential contender sees Colombia as the “keystone to the region.”
Brian Winter is the editor-in-chief of Americas Quarterly.
- “Joe Biden and the Future of the Americas,” by Juan S. Gonzalez
- “Miller Versus Biden: Competing U.S. Doctrines for Latin America,” by Russell Crandall
- “The Incredible Unknown Bond between Joe Biden and Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff,” by Brian Winter
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