The Biden inauguration: implications for Latin America and the Caribbean. The Atlantic Council.

With President-elect Biden taking office, experts of the Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center of the Atlantic Council, provide analysis in English and Spanish on Bide’s Inauguration and the implications for Latin America and the Caribbean. Jason Marczak, Director, Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center, Atlantic Council  “With President Biden, Latin America and the Caribbean can rest assured that a true champion of the region now sits in the Oval Office. Expect a much more comprehensive, far-reaching approach to our relationship with the hemisphere over these next four years. The former administration’s ‘with us or without us’ approach is now in the past. President Biden will prioritize partnership and collaboration to help solve the hemisphere’s tough issues – from corruption to climate […]

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