Policy Papers, nº. 2
A dense network of EU-LAC cooperation contrasts with a lack of strategic visions and the concentration of an all-inclusive agenda. Against the background of Atlantic trends, the paper draws a critical balance of EU-LAC cooperation on regionalism and inter-regionalism, socioeconomic
development, security, migration and climate change. The identification of challenges in each sector serves to formulate a series of policy recommendations for further progress on relations and the creation of synergies with the Ibero-American and Inter- American systems, particularly on migration and public security.