Thurs., May 18, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Room 1010(m) Boardroom
*This is part of the Great Discussion series, which requires registration. See details below.
The pendulum of Latin American politics is swinging rightward once again. Yet as the “pink tide” recedes, the forces of change have more to do with socioeconomics than ideology. Dramatic economic and political crises have coincided in countries like Brazil and Venezuela. Still, the final result for Latin America may be the emergence of centrist, pragmatic modes of governance, and with them, opportunities for the U.S. to improve relations. The new administration must look beyond the neoliberal model of the 1990s, and develop an approach to relations fit for the 21st century.
6:30 – Video background report (compliments printed briefing paper provided in advance)*
7:00 – Remarks by guest
7:30 – group discussion
*Videos and Briefing papers provided by the Foreign Policy Association.
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**Registration includes briefing book on the eight issues.
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Support generously provided by the Center for Global Studies, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, UW.