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The stances of Latin American governments toward Palestine have varied over the years. Since the outbreak of the current Gaza war, relatively distinct positions can be identified. A preliminary analysis of the main actors and processes behind such positions will offer insights into the link between foreign policy, domestic political legitimacy, and global North-South dynamics. 

Marta Tawil Kuri is a research professor at the Center for International Studies at El Colegio de México, where she teaches on Mexico’s relations with the Middle East, international relations, comparative foreign policy, and contemporary Middle East politics. She obtained her Master’s degree in Comparative Politics of the Arab and Muslim world and her PhD in Political Science and International Relations, both at the Institute of Political Sciences in Paris. She is the author of Syria: Regional Power, Legitimacy and Foreign Policy, 1996-2015 and co-editor of The End of a Secular Dream: Religion and International Relations at the Turn of the Century. She is a member of RIMAAL and of the board of the Mexican Association for International Studies.

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