A New Era in Latin American Diplomacy
This week's PD News headlines focused on Latin America and its diplomatic relations. With the United States engaging in traditional diplomacy less and less, China is seizing the opportunity to develop advantageous relations with countries like Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and Peru, while Mexico's President is making the case of a renewed NAFTA to benefit all three countries involved. Other stories explored the Japanese cultural hub of Latin America, Sao Paulo, as well as Cuba's agreement with Google, who became the first foreign internet server in the country.
- Google Becomes First Foreign Internet Server in Cuba - Public Slate
- Mexico's President Says Opportunity to Update NAFTA to Benefit All 3 Countries - CNBC
- Why China is Not Bound to Lead Latin America - The Diplomat
- Sao Paulo, the Japanese Cultural Hub of Latin America - Japan Times
- Trump's Opportunity in Latin America - Diplomatic Courier
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