Signal and Noise: Researching China in Latin America

In this week's "Four Minute Foreign Policy" interview Johns Hopkins SAIS Foreign Policy Institute proudly presents Fellow Benjamin Creutzfeldt, who has spent thirty years working on China and the last decade on burgeoning China-Latin America relations.

With such politically sensitive regions and topics, how can we discern the signal from the noise? Dr. Creutzfeldt shares his insights into working in noisy environments, both in terms of popular media and academic analysis.

What can we learn from leadership analysis? How does China's engagement in Latin America influence the US - and how does that potential influence the information we receive about it? Watch now to learn more.

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