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The ties between Latin America and the European Union are undoubtedly special. The potential benefits of exchange between the two regions are many and reciprocal: foreign investment, trade agreements, digital connection and the challenge of energy transition, among others. But there are also cultural and even emotional ties. The Spanish Presidency of the Council of the EU is the ideal moment to strengthen all these connections on both sides of the Atlantic.

In the new issue of LLYC’s UNO Magazine, the 40th of its trajectory, we reflect on the new possibilities of cooperation between Latin America and Europe through the participation of more than 20 experts. In addition, this issue includes an interview by José Antonio Llorente, Founding Partner and President of LLYC, with Moisés Naím, international economic and political analyst and renowned writer.

The panel of experts who have contributed to this 40th issue of UNO is composed of José Manuel Albares, Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation of the Spanish Government; Andrés Allamand, Ibero-American Secretary General; Javier Niño Pérez, Deputy Management Director for the Americas in the European External Action Service (EEAS); María Ángela Holguín, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Colombia; Ramón Jáuregui, President of the Euroamerica Foundation; Erika Mouynes, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Panama; Raquel García Llorente, Researcher at the Real Instituto Elcano; Cristina Manzano; Director of esglobal and IE Insights; Helder Z. Barbalho, Governor of the State of Pará (Brazil); Daniel F. Runde, Senior Vice President of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS); Enrique Goñi, President of the Hermes Institute; and Marina Artusa, Correspondent of Clarín in Spain, among others. And on behalf of LLYC, Juan Carlos Gozzer, Partner and CEO of the Americas at LLYC, Paloma Baena, Senior Director of European Affairs and Next Generation EU, and Pablo García Berdoy, Principal Advisor of European Affairs.  

We invite you to read UNO 40 “European Union – Latin America: New Times, New Alliances”.