Nicola Bilotta

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Nicola Bilotta

Nicola Bilotta is a junior researcher in international political economy at Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI). He holds a MsC in Economic History from the London School of Econonomics and Political Science. His research interests are focused on Latin America, economic development and international finance.

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Bolsonaro’s victory: where is Brazil heading?

Brazil’s most polarized elections are finally over, and the country is now more divided than ever. Although the victory of the far-right wing candidate Jair Bolsonaro is likely to radically change Brazil and South America’s interstate relations, nobody can be certain in which way he will do it. Economy: who is in charge?...

Duque’s victory: Hope and fear for Colombia’s future

Iván Duque, the leader of the Democratic Center (Centro Democratico-CD) party was elected president of Colombia, in line with the traditionally politically conservative spirit of the country. Gustavo Petro, extreme reformist and former member of the leftist revolutionary group M-19, lost the second round of the vote, failing to become the first leftist president in Colombia’s history...