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Inter, Office of the President , Inter-American Dialogue
Carmen Colosi is a recent graduate from New York University with degrees in Political Science and Global Liberal Studies, minoring in Spanish-language literature. She has worked at the nexus of political trends, data-driven research, public relations, and Latin America and the Caribbean. Colosi spent a year of university studying in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she developed an on-the-ground perspective on issues such as regional trading blocs, China-Latin America economic relations, and prevalent political ideologies.
On November 13, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted the event “What Next for a Troubled Peru?” to discuss the impeachment of Peruvian president Martín Vizcarra. The event addressed Peru’s political crisis in the context of the economic and public health crises the country has already been facing.