Heine Comments on Non-Active Alignment in the Ukraine War
Jorge Heine, Research Professor at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies and Interim Director of the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, spoke about the strategic use of active non-alignment in the Russia-Ukraine at a conference hosted by the Latin American Studies Association. At this conference, Heine spoke…
Heine Interviewed on China in the Saudi Arabia-Iran Truce
In an appearance on WION, a leading Indian news publication,” Jorge Heine, Research Professor at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies and Interim Director of the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, discusses Chinese foreign policy and the peace brokered between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Heine explored the…
Heine Publishes Op-Ed Arguing for Greater Recognition of Active Non-Alignment
“Suddenly, a war erupts in Europe, and this means that all bets are off, and all countries should chip in to support Ukraine. Yet, as India’s External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar has put it, ‘Europe has to grow out of its mindset that Europe’s problems are the world’s problems, but the world’s problems are not Europe’s.'”
Heine’s “Latin American Foreign Policies in the New World Order” Reviewed by Chatham House
A book review from Ambassador Heine’s latest work focuses on regional cooperation, non-dependence on the United States, and an increasing trend towards non-alignment.
Heine Interviewed on War in Ukraine, Latin America, and Active Non-Alignment
According to Ambassador Heine, Latin America’s reluctance to get more involved in the Russia-Ukraine war is symptomatic of the region’s wider adoption of active non-alignment.
Heine’s New Book Released in India by Country’s External Affairs Minister
The book release took place in New Delhi just before S. Jaishankar gave the valedictory address at a conference hosted by the India International Centre entitled “Connected Histories, Shared Present: Cross-Cultural Experiences between Latin America, the Caribbean and India.”
Heine Offers Insight into Latin American Stance on Russia-Ukraine War
Ambassador Heine notes that despite the tragic nature of the ongoing war, countries in the Global South reject the effort to make this into a global war and make them pay for something that Europe should take care of.
Heine Offers Insight on Active Non-Alignment in Latin America
Ambassador Heine discusses his latest book, the resurgence of active non-alignment worldwide, and a new emerging Cold War between the United States and China.
Heine Breaks Down Latin American Foreign Policy and Preference for Non-Alignment
Heine builds off of the argument developed in his recent book, in which they argue for the adoption of active non-alignment in Latin America. This would mean steering clear of siding with either of the big powers in the current conflict between the United States and China and focusing strictly on Latin America’s own interests
Heine Argues for Latin American Adoption of Active Non-Alignment
“Taking a page from the traditions of the Non-Aligned Movement but adapting it to the realities of the new century, Active Non-Alignment provides a guide to action for Latin America, and the Global South at large, in a world in turmoil.”
Heine Joins Webinar on Active Non-Alignment & Spread in the Global South
Speakers emphasized the degree to which Ambassador Heine’s book has gained new currency as the notion of non-alignment has spread throughout the Global South in the course of 2022.
GWU Hosts Heine for Webinar on Active Non-Alignment for Latin America
Ambassador Heine argues that a policy of active non-alignment is especially urgent given the ongoing and divisive war in Ukraine as well as the financial crisis in Latin America, the worst in 120 years.
Heine Co-Authors Journal Article on Active Non-Alignment
“For Latin America, siding with neither Washington nor Beijing provides a useful road map in a turbulent world. It also opens the possibility of defining a common position for the integration that the region so badly needs.”
Heine Interviewed on Active Non-Alignment for Latin America
Ambassador Heine elaborates on why, given Latin America’s growing marginality in international affairs, it is so important for the region to embrace Active-Non Alignment and not let itself be forced into siding with either of the great powers.
Heine Discusses Active Non-Alignment in Latin America on HDI Podcast
Ambassador Heine elaborates on the origins of the active non-alignment doctrine, the debate it has generated, and the degree to which Latin America’s profound crisis has given added urgency to its application.
Exploring the Global Dimensions of the War in Ukraine
During this edition of “Beyond the Headlines,” a panel of Pardee School professors explores the threat the Ukrainian conflict poses to global security, the politics and strategies shaping the war, the impact of the war on the Global South and China, and much more.
Heine Joins Webinar on Active Non-Alignment Doctrine
Ambassador Heine elaborated on the origins and evolution of the Active Non-Alignment doctrine for Latin America, why it has resonated so much, as well as how the Ukraine war has given new impetus to Non-Alignment globally.
Heine Outlines the Doctrine of Active Non-Alignment
“Active Non-Alignment promotes greater political cooperation and regional integration in Latin America, as well as a closer relationship with Asia, the most dynamic area today.”
Heine Comments on U.S./G7 Counter to China’s BRI
China’s BRI has vastly increased its influence in global politics, but the U.S. and G7 are trying to counteract this. Can these superpowers collaborate on global infrastructure rather than compete? Ambassador Heine offers his thoughts.
Heine Offers Insight into Competition for Influence in Latin America
Ambassador Heine’s remarks echo the main thesis of his latest book, in which he argues that steering clear of siding with either the U.S. or China and focusing strictly on Latin America’s own interests is the best strategy for the future.