Latin American researchers are discussing today the foreign policy of the Donald Trump administration, as part of the second session of the 3rd Conference on Strategic Studies.
Specialists, mostly from Cuba and Mexico, will address today issues such as the crisis of the U.S. empire, the power elites in that country and the role of the current president in the geopolitics of that northern nation.
The analysis of the geostrategy and regional and global power poles and the challenges of the reconfiguration of the political map of Latin America and the Caribbean, are also on the list.
The 3rd Conference on Strategic Studies, sponsored by the International Politics Research Center, the Raul Roa Garcia Higher Institute of International Relations and the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), is taking place in Havana today and tomorrow.
About 200 Cuban and foreign delegates from China, Haiti, Bolivia, Argentina, Ecuador, Lebanon, Mexico, Honduras, South Africa, Switzerland, Brazil and Puerto Rico are participating in this forum.
The event is dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the fall in combat of Ernesto Che Guevara and the 50th anniversary of CLACSO.