Discussion on US politics

May 17, 2019

In early May, longtime diplomat Alejandro Wolff analyzed the challenges that the Trump administration will have to address leading up to the November 2020 US presidential elections in an event organized by the Santiago Center in association with the Columbia Alumni Club, the Harvard Alumni Club and the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS). He also talked about the upsurge of Democratic candidates as Primary Season approaches, focusing on Joe Biden’s possibilities of obtaining the nomination.

Wolf, who served as US Ambassador to Chile (2010-2013) and to the United Nations (2005-2010), spoke in length about US-China relations and the possible scenarios that the that the recent failure to reach a trade agreement could trigger.