In the NewsNov 1, 2023
Global China Hub nonresident senior fellow Parsifal D’Sola quoted in The Economist
While speaking about the foreign policy of Colombia’s left-wing president Gustavo Petro, GCH nonresident senior fellow Parsifal D’Sola said “There’s basically no public policy on China” to The Economist.
In the NewsOct 26, 2023
Global China Hub nonresident senior fellow Parsifal D’Sola quoted in the Financial Times
Global Senior Hub nonresident senior fellow Parsifal D’Sola quoted in the Financial Times discussing China’s ambitions in Latin America. He says, “[Gaining a foothold in Colombia] would help with the distribution of products and technology services, among other Chinese interests, and given Colombia’s historical ties to the US, it would be a diplomatic win for […]
In the NewsAug 23, 2023
Nonresident senior fellow Parsifal D’Sola spoke to Columbian Television Cable News Channel NTN24 about the implications of the Central American Parliament’s decision to bring in China as a permanent observer.
On August 23, nonresident senior fellow Parsifal D’Sola spoke to Columbian Television Cable News Channel NTN24 about the greater implications of the Central American Parliament’s decision to bring in China as a permanent observer. He noted that from Beijing’s side, this is largely a public relations move. He also speaks on how and why this […]
Parsifal D’Sola is a nonresident senior fellow in the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub and the founder and CEO of the Andrés Bello Foundation – China Latin America Research Center in Bogota. D’Sola is a Chinese foreign policy analyst specializing in Sino-Latin American relations with a focus on Venezuela. Between 2019 and 2020, he acted as Chinese foreign policy advisor to the Foreign Affairs Minister of the Interim Government of Venezuela. D’Sola lived in Beijing between 2008 and 2016 where he worked as communications manager for the news agency China Files. He holds a BS in Telecommunications Engineering from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, an MA in East Asian Studies from Columbia University, an MSc in International Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University, and an advance language diploma from Beijing Language and Culture University.