Pablo Baisotti is Associate Researcher in the Department of Latin American Studies, University of Brasilia; Collaborating Professor, Doctorate in Security and Defense, National Academy of Political and Strategic Studies (ANEPE), and Fellow Researcher at the SWJ-El Centro. He holds a PhD in Politics, Institutions, History from University of Bologna. His research focuses on contemporary Latin America from different perspectives and fields, with a multidisciplinary character (particularly in the field of social sciences and the humanities). He is the author of more than twenty books as editor/author. Among them, the following stand out: Routledge Studies in the History of the Americas book series (4 vols. Routledge, 2021-2022); Global Cities in Latin America and Asia: Welcome to the XXIst Century (Michigan U.P., 2022); Persistence and Emergencies of Inequalities in Latin America. A Multidimensional Approach (Springer, 2022); Reframing Globalization After COVID-19. Pandemic Diplomacy amid the Failure of Multilateral Cooperation (Sussex Academic Press, 2022); The Routledge Handbook of Violence in Latin American Literature (Routledge, 2022); Poverty, Money, and Ecology as Pillars of Pope Francis' Pontificate (2013–2019) (Lexington Books, 2021).