Professor Cynthia Sanborn is selected as Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
Professor Cynthia Sanborn, associate researcher at the UP Center for China and Asia-Pacific Studies, was selected as a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, in Washington, DC, for the period January to August 2021. She will be conducting research entitled Latin America, China and the Challenges to Resource Governance, in collaboration with the center’s Latin America Program. The Wilson Center is a recognized space for interaction between policy makers, leading figures from the private sector, journalists, and intellectuals in the United States and beyond, as well as a reliable source of informed and plural analysis and debate. It it worth noting that Professor Sanborn’s collaboration with the Wilson Center predates this appointment, and that the center previously co-published a book with the UP Press entitled Puentes sobre el Pacífico: Latinoamérica y Asia en el Nuevo Siglo (Bridges over the Pacific: Latin America and Asia in the New Century), in which Professor Sanborn co-wrote a chapter alongside the Peruvian economist Alexis Yong. She also recently published the first in a series of articles at the Wilson Center focusing on China’s health diplomacy in Latin America.