As the rivalry between the United States and China escalates, ABC News Australia spoke with Margaret Myers, Director of the Asia & Latin America Program, regarding the implications of Sino-American competition in Latin America and China’s strategy towards the region.
On July 8, 2021, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted a congressional staff briefing on China’s Covid-19 engagement with Latin America. Panelists discussed developments in Chinese diplomacy in the Latin American region, both before and amid the pandemic.
Margaret Myers, directora del programa de Asia y América Latina en el Diálogo Interamericano, habló con Expediente Público sobre la relación entre El Salvador y China, y el rol del país asiático en la región.
Testimony to the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission: China’s Activity in Latin America
Testimony by Program Director Margaret Myers to the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission on China’s activity in Latin America and the Caribbean.
China Development Bank and the Export-Import Bank of China issued no new finance to Latin American and Caribbean governments or state-run companies in 2020.
In an interview BBC’s The Real Story, Margaret Myers considered prospects for US-China-Latin America relations in the coming years, taking into account global trends and the Biden administration’s likely take on China’s growing global role.
Brazil and China would have much to gain by adopting a shared commitment to social and environmental sustainability.
China will keep winning friends from Chile to Mexico, regardless of a forthcoming shift in US policy toward the region.