Tuesday, 12th December 2023, from 18:00 to 19:00 h. CEST (UTC+2)
Online event

In just three decades China has emerged as an economic and geopolitical giant, with a growing global presence. With regard to Latin America, this dynamic has fueled the narrative that the Asian country has filled the area of influence left by US and EU’s withdrawal, and that it has become the dominant power in the region. However, data do not support this view. Rather they show a reality where Latin America’s ties with China remain unequal across sectors –strong in the trade of certain products, but much weaker in the financial, migration, education or military field– and in which both the US and the EU maintain a well-established presence in the region.


  • Registration on Casa Asia’s website
  • The event will be held in Spanish without simultaneous interpretaion