by Juan Carlos Salcedo, Internationalist
In the last 20 years, Latin America as a region has experienced substantial political changes within it, which have generated a new dynamic in regional and global relations.
Having changed the political axis of the region, Mexico and Brazil are recent examples, the question arises, what are the new challenges and opportunities for bilateral and multilateral relations in this period of transition, and how does it affect the region? Dr. Jose Ayala Lasso, 3 times Foreign Affairs Minister of Ecuador and the first UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, answers our questions about the changes from a period of apogee of the so-called Socialism of the 21st Century to one that reflects its decline. This is the interview: