Andrés Malamud

Argentina |  Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon


Andrés Malamud is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon. A recurring Visiting Professor at universities in Argentina, Brazil, Italy, and Spain, he has been a Visiting Researcher at the Max Planck Institute of International Law in Heidelberg and the University of Maryland, College Park. His research interests include comparative regional integration, foreign policy, European Union studies, and Latin American politics. He served on the executive committee of the Latin American Political Science Association and is the current Secretary-General of the Portuguese Political Science Association. Malamud holds a PhD from the European University Institute.

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Latin America After Covid-19: Just as Heterogeneous, Fragmented, and Irrelevant as Before…So Now What?

How does the Covid-19 pandemic affect Latin America’s insertion with the world? Andrés Malamud explored this topic in the book ‘Unfulfilled Promises’ in 2019. Today he reflects on how the pandemic has changed none of the trends he then identified. Rather, it has highlighted all of them: at the global level, we witness increasing multipolarity, failure of multilateral cooperation, and a Sino-American power transition; in Latin America, we observe structural heterogeneity, political fragmentation, and geopolitical irrelevance. Let us elaborate.

Promesas Incumplidas: América Latina Hoy

El libro busca hacer un balance de donde se encuentra América Latina en una serie de temas cruciales: desarrollo socioeconómico, seguridad y violencia, estado de derecho, crecimiento económico, integración regional y relaciones con el mundo.