China’s rising power is not the cause of declining US influence in South America and the implications of China’s increasing presence on the continent will affect each country differently. Thirty years ago, developing countries in Asia, Africa and South America contributed far less to the global economy when compared with the US and Western Europe. Over the last 20 years, the economic... Continue Reading
Bennett Reiss Iberico
Bennett A. Reiss Iberico holds a BA in Economics from American University of Washington DC. He is a global professional with a focus on Asia-Latin America foreign policy, transpacific economic cooperation and international trade. Throughout the past five years, he has been based in Shanghai, New York City and Lima. He speaks English and Spanish fluently, and is a certified upper-intermediate speaker, reader and writer of Mandarin Chinese. He is a US-Peruvian dual citizen, with extensive experience in international trade, geopolitical analysis between Asia and Latin America and the author/webmaster of China South America, a website dedicated to sharing news and analysis pertaining to Asia and Latin America.