The second edition of U.S. and Latin American Relations will be out in Summer 2015.
My textbook, Understanding Latin American Politics, published in 2014:
I am professor and chair of the Department of Political Science and Public Administration. I am also the editor of the academic journal The Latin Americanist. My research interests include Latin American politics, U.S.-Latin American relations, and Latin American immigration to the United States. I am past president of the Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies (SECOLAS).
I’ve been blogging on anything related to Latin America almost daily since 2006 on my blog Two Weeks Notice.
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4/15/15 Quoted in The Guardian on Cuba being removed from the list of state sponsors of terrorism.
4/12/15 Quoted in The Christian Science Monitor on U.S.-Cuban relations.
March 2015: published a book chapter with John R. Weeks entitled, “The Train Has Left The Station: Latino Aging in the New South.”
3/17/15 Quoted in The Guardian on U.S.-Venezuelan relations.
3/16/15 Quoted on NPR’s Morning Edition about protests in Brazil
3/2/15 Quoted in Bloomberg on coup claims in Venezuela
12/18/14 Co-authored (with John Weeks) article at The Monkey Cage at The Washington Post, “The Political Demography of U.S.-Cuban Relations.”
7/23/14 Quoted by the Associated Press on Venezuelan conspiracy theories
In 2010 I published Irresistible Forces: Latin American Migration to the United States and its Effects on the South. My co-author is my dad, John R. Weeks, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Geography at San Diego State University.
In 2010 I co-edited The Bachelet Government: Conflict and Consensus in Post-Pinochet Chile with my friend and colleague Silvia Borzutzky.
In 2008 I published a textbook, U.S. and Latin American Relations.
My first book, The Military and Politics in Postauthoritarian Chile, was published in 2003. It is available at amazingly low prices at Ebay.