Regional cooperation in Latin America is main subject of research project

The report stresses the importance of using channels to promote dialogue between subnational actors, such as governors and mayors, and better coordinating the management of Venezuela’s migrant crisis.
International Relations
08 July 2021
Regional cooperation in Latin America is main subject of research project

In a report recently published by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP), a think tank based in Washington, D.C., Professor Andreas Feldmann of the University of Illinois at Chicago, Professor Federico Merke of San Andrés University in Argentina and Professor Oliver Stuenkel of Fundação Getulio Vargas’ School of International Relations examine the main challenges that Latin American countries are facing at this moment and identify opportunities to strengthen regional cooperation.

Among other recommendations, the report stresses the importance of using channels to promote dialogue between subnational actors, such as governors and mayors, and better coordinating the management of Venezuela’s migrant crisis.

During the research project, the three authors held interviews with politicians, academics and diplomats from the region.

The report, called “Reimagining Regional Governance in Latin America,” is available here.

 

 

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