China, Russia, and the United States are vying for influence in Latin America. The impact of great power politics on the region is the greatest it has been in decades. From hotspots like Venezuela to influence over international institutions to investment in infrastructure, competition between Russia, China, and the U.S. is reshaping the region's politics. How do the U.S., Russia, and China view the region? How is their interaction likely to change in the future?
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Maximilian Hess - Maximilian Hess is a Central Asia Fellow in the Eurasia Program at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. Max is the former head of political risk at Hawthorn Advisors and former head of research and intelligence at AKE International. He is a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College and SOAS, University of London. His research focuses on the relationship between trade, debt, international relations and foreign policy, as well the overlap between political and economic networks. ; Contributor
Barbara Fick - Dr. Barbara Fick is a Senior Fellow in the Foreign Policy Research Institute's Eurasia Program and a U.S. Army Colonel, serving as Director of the Americas Program and Faculty Instructor at the Department of National Security at the U.S. Army War College. ; Contributor
Chris Miller - Chris Miller is the Director in the Foreign Policy Research Institute’s Eurasia Program. He is also Assistant Professor of International History at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. ; Moderator