Alex Main will address the implications for the Americas of the recent elections in Bolivia, Venezuela, and Ecuador, as well as the coming elections in Chile and Peru. He will discuss how US policy towards Latin America may be affected by a new US president.
Alex Main is Director Of International Policy at the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) in Washington, DC. He monitors economic and political developments in Latin America and the Caribbean. Areas of expertise include Latin American integration and regionalism, US security and counter-narcotics policy in Central America, and US relations with Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Honduras, and Venezuela. Prior to CEPR, Alex spent more than six years in South America working as a foreign policy analyst and an international cooperation consultant. He holds degrees in history and political science from the Sorbonne University in Paris.