“The United States Should Welcome a Strong, United Latin America”

Title“The United States Should Welcome a Strong, United Latin America”
Year for Search2019
AuthorsOlder, Malka(b. 1977)
Secondary AuthorsLaValle, Victor(b. 1972), and Adams, John Joseph(b. 1976)
Date PublishedJune 17, 2019 with over 100 comments
KeywordsFemale author, Latinx author, US author
Annotation

Reflections on the formation of a united Latin America, following on from the European Union and an African Union that the United States is vigorously opposing. 

URLhttps://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/17/opinion/future-united-latin-america.html
Info Notes

One of a series of “Op-Eds From the Future” that began May 27, 2019 and continued regularly through the rest of the year, with most, but not all, with eutopian or dystopian elements.

Illustration

Illus. John Karborn

Holding Institutions

Online

Author Note

The Latinx female author (b. 1977) has a doctorate from the Centre de Sociologie des Organisations in Paris and has been a Senior Fellow for Technology and Risk Management at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. See her brief statement “Thirsty for New” in People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction! Ed. Nalo Hopkinson and Kristine Ong Muslim. Special Issue of Lightspeed, no. 73 (June 2016): 396-97

Full Text

2019 Older, Malka (b. 1977). “The United States Should Welcome a Strong, United Latin America.” Illus. John Karborn. The New York Times (June 17, 2019) with over 100 comments. https://www. nytimes.com/2019/06/17/opinion/future-united-latin-america.html. One of a series of “Op-Eds From the Future” that began May 27, 2019 and continued regularly through the rest of the year, with most, but not all, with eutopian or dystopian elements.

Reflections on the formation of a united Latin America, following on from the European Union and an African Union that the United States is vigorously opposing. The Latinx female author has a doctorate from the Centre de Sociologie des Organisations in Paris and has been a Senior Fellow for Technology and Risk Management at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. See her brief statement “Thirsty for New” in People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction! Ed. Nalo Hopkinson and Kristine Ong Muslim. Special Issue of Lightspeed, no. 73 (June 2016): 396-97.