Latin American law firm leaders have been tepid in condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, despite slim economic or diplomatic ties between the region and the aggressor.
The presidents of Brazil and Mexico – the region’s two largest economies – have tried to remain neutral in the conflict amid widespread and mounting outrage around the globe at what many perceive as an unprovoked attack on a sovereign nation.
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