EVENT: Summit of the “Americas” vs. CELAC – Geopolitical Economy Research Group
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The Geopolitical Economy Research Group would like to invite you to attend an important new initiative and event.
1.Date and time: Sun, 28 August 2022 10:00 am – 1:00 pm CDT
Summit of the “Americas” vs. CELAC: Whither the Monroe Doctrine @ 200?
This panel discusses the opposing ideas provoking the clash between US hegemony and anti-US forces throughout the hemisphere.
About this event
Ever since US President James Monroe adumbrated his infamous Doctrine in 1823, claiming the Western Hemisphere as the US’s ‘sphere of influence’, subordinated to US interests, the US has assailed the region’s autonomy, recently with much assistance from Canada. Barring upsets like the Cuban and Nicaraguan revolutions, the US appeared to be winning until the 21st century. However, the “pink tide” inspired by indomitable Cuba, that has since surged has tilted the balance of power against the US and Canada. Learn More /…
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