Mendez, Alvaro

Dr Alvaro Mendez  

Department

Position held

Non LSE positions held

Regent's University London

Senior Lecturer in International Relations

 

University of Bristol

Research Associate

 

Experience keywords:

China in Latin America; Latin American Politics; Pacific Alliance; US Foreign Policy; foreign policy analysis; global south politics; political economy of development.

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Dr. Mendez is the co-founder of the LSE Global South Unit (with Prof. Chris Alden). He is the former editor of Millennium-Journal of International Studies at the London School of Economics. He is the co-author (with Marco Vieira) of UN Security Council Reform and the Challenge of South Representation (SAIIA 2009).

Dr. Mendez is also the creator and unit owner of the Politics of Latin America seminar at the School of Sociology, Politics, and International Studies (SPAIS) at the University of Bristol, an advanced studies module specifically designed to raise the profile of Latin America studies in the field of International Relations in the UK.

He is regularly called upon to contribute his insights to research conferences and to the press on the new emerging role of Latin America as an important actor in world politics.

Sectors and industries to which research relates:

Consultancy

Countries and regions to which research relates:

Chile; Colombia; Latin America; Mexico; Peru; USA

Languages:

French [Spoken: Basic, Written: Intermediate]; Spanish [Spoken: Fluent, Written: Fluent]

Contact Points

LSE email:

a.mendez@lse.ac.uk

Alt phone number:

+44 (0) 791 289 0716

Alt email:

mendeza@regents.ac.uk

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Awards

In 2003-2004, Dr. Mendez won the Departmental Teaching Prize in recognition of his contribution to teaching in International Relations at the LSE.

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