Revitalising UK-Latin America Engagement post-Brexit

Revitalising UK-Latin America Engagement post-Brexit

The latest British Foreign Policy Group report, “Revitalising UK-Latin America Engagement post-Brexit”, provides an extensive analysis of the UK’s foreign policy towards Latin America since 2010. In 2010, the UK announced a shift towards greater engagement with the region, called the Canning Agenda. This paper by Edward Elliott and Dr Thomas Mills highlights the successes and failures of the Canning Agenda in light of the 2018 G20 summit in Argentina, and the changes and impacts on UK foreign policy caused by Brexit. It builds on this analysis to provide innovative policy solutions for how best to maximise future engagement with a region that offers a great deal of potential to the UK, but is often ignored.

The foreword to this paper is written by Joanna Crellin, Her Majesty’s Trade Commissioner and Sao Paulo Consul-General,

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Revitalising UK-Latin America Engagement post-Brexit
The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the views of the BFPG. The BFPG is an independent not for profit organisation that encourages constructive, informed and considered opinions without taking an institutional position on any issue.
About
Edward Elliott
edward.elliott@bfpg.org.uk

Edward Elliott is Research & Operations Manager at the British Foreign Policy Group. He is a graduate in politics, international relations, French, and law, having studied at Durham University and Sciences Po. Fluent in Spanish as well as French, he has worked in France, Spain, England, and Slovakia before joining the BFPG as a researcher and helping establish the organisation.