Geopolitical & Socioeconomic

US Elections: Implications for Latin America

  • Online
  • 16:00-17:30

Canning House presents a discussion of the possible implications of the result of the upcoming 3 November US elections for Latin America, considering the candidates' potential approach to the region on issues of global trade, security, power balance, migration and more.

US Elections

Implications for Latin America

The upcoming US elections have pivotal implications for worldwide systems of trade and security, and the global balance of power. Latin America is deeply entwined in these issues, in addition to the regional matter of migration. At this event, Canning House considers the potential implications that a Donald Trump or Joe Biden victory present for Latin America.

Speakers:

Brooke Unger

Americas Editor, The Economist

Eric Farnsworth

Vice President of the Americas Society/Council of the Americas (AS/COA)

Rodrigo Aguilera

Independent Economist

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