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Nicolas Ducoté, cofounder of one of Latin America's top think tanks, discusses concerns for Latin American democracy.
Foreign correspondents explain the global reaction to insurrection at the US capitol, impeachment, and a new administration.
A new administration may find that the summit overloads its circuits at a demanding time.
Can an administration that up to this point has been belligerent towards traditional US democratic allies and has rejected many forms of multilateralism be able to turn the page and shift from "America First" to "American Led"?
Polls show an American public deeply divided along partisan lines in their interpretation of the events, who is to blame, and what should be done as a result.