The Belt and Road Podcast

41: Margaret Myers on China's “Multi-tiered” Approach in the Latin America and the Caribbean Region

February 23, 2021 Erik Myxter-iino and Juliet Lu
The Belt and Road Podcast
41: Margaret Myers on China's “Multi-tiered” Approach in the Latin America and the Caribbean Region
Show Notes

On this episode, Juliet and Erik talk with Margaret Myers about the growing importance of Sub-national actors in China's geo-economic engagement in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Read the entire report "Going Local: An Assessment of China's Administrative-Level Activity in Latin America and the Caribbean" here

Margaret Myers is the director of the Asia & Latin America Program at the Inter-American Dialogue.

Recommendations:
Margaret: 
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Yellowstone, Infrastructure Finance: The Business of Infrastructure for a Sustainable Future by Neil Grigg

Juliet:
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The Yongle Emperor @Imperial_Yongle and similarly the Chongzhen Emperor
@ChongzhenEmp - satirical China twitter accounts
-We, too: contending with the sexual politics of fieldwork in China - article in
Gender, Place & Culture by Mindi Schneider, Elizabeth Lord & Jessica Wilczak

Erik:
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The Paw Tracker Newsletter
- The Mandalorian

~Special thanks to Maggie Gaus, who joined the Belt and Road Pod team in Dec 2020 and edited this episode~