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As summer gives way to winter in the Southern Hemisphere, how prepared are the nations of South and Central America for the coronavirus? AEI fellow Ryan Berg joined the show this week to discuss the likely impact of the virus, and what it means for US foreign policy toward Venezuela, Brazil, and the rest of the region.
Ryan C. Berg is a research fellow at AEI, where he studies Latin American foreign policy and development issues. Before joining AEI, Dr. Berg served as a research consultant at the World Bank and a Fulbright Scholar in Brazil. Fluent in Spanish and Portuguese, Dr. Berg obtained a PhD from the University of Oxford and a BA in government and theology from Georgetown University.
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Interesting interview about an important topic. I have, of course, been hearing about the situation in Brazil and Ecuador but interesting to hear how other countries are doing.