The Trilateral Bond: Mapping a New Era for Latin America, the United States, and Europe

Content Type
Working Paper
Atlantic Council
For too long, the United States and Europe have failed to embrace Latin America as a partner in a broader transatlantic community. Modern Latin America, like the United States, springs from a common European heritage and shares the historical, political, and philosophical roots that bind the West so closely together. The region is of growing strategic importance, with its expanding markets, energy resources, and global economic reach. But while Latin America is changing rapidly, the United States and Europe have been slow to sufficiently recognize and embrace this new world, missing crucial policy and business opportunities.
Economics, International Cooperation, International Trade and Finance
Political Geography
United States, Europe, Latin America