Natalia Cote-Muñoz serves as one of four Latin Americans selected for the inaugural class of China and Latin America Young Scholars for the Inter-American Dialogue. Her work on security and human rights in Latin America has been published and/or referenced by Harvard’s Latin America Policy Journal, the United Nations Development Programme, and Huffington Post, among other media outlets. She was a Princeton in Asia Fellow at China Foreign Affairs University, and has worked in a variety of institutions including the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy and the Council on Hemispheric Affairs. She holds a Master’s in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and B.A. in Political Science with honors from Swarthmore College. She is fluent in English, Spanish, and French, and holds advanced proficiency in Mandarin.

Last Updated: December 14, 2018



China’s Growing Footprint in Latin America

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Many Latin American countries experienced political change in 2018, with presidential elections in three of the largest countries—Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia—and transitions in Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, and Paraguay. Meanwhile, several...