Carnegie New Leaders Podcast: Geopolitical Developments in Latin America, with Paul J. Angelo

Mar 24, 2021

Dr. Paul J. Angelo is a fellow for Latin America Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). His work focuses on U.S.-Latin American relations, transnational crime, violent actors, military and police reform, and immigration. A former active-duty naval officer, Angelo has extensive experience in military and government service. Carnegie New Leader Thomas Herrera joins him to discuss the current state of affairs in U.S.-Latin American relations, whether or not the Biden administration can fill the leadership vacuum, and possible post-pandemic scenarios.

Dr. Paul J. Angelo is a fellow for Latin America Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). His work focuses on U.S.-Latin American relations, transnational crime, violent actors, military and police reform, and immigration. A former active-duty naval officer, Angelo has extensive experience in military and government service. Carnegie New Leader Thomas Herrera joins him to discuss the current state of affairs in U.S.-Latin American relations, whether or not the Biden administration can fill the leadership vacuum, and possible post-pandemic scenarios.

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