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Russia returns to Latin America

Dmitry Trenin, Deputy Director of the Carnegie Moscow Centre, and Alla Zenkovich, the Director of the Latin American Centre at the Moscow State University of International Relations

Recently, Russia has increased its diplomatic offensive on this continent, which for more than a century was considered a U.S. backyard. Which benefits can Russia gain from its cooperation with Latin America? And what may the U.S. do to keep its clout in the region? We will talk about it with the Deputy Director of the Carnegie Moscow Centre, Dmitry Trenin, and Alla Zenkovich, the Director of the Latin American Centre at the Moscow State University of International Relations.

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