Rohan Chatterjee

Rohan Chatterjee

Born in India and raised in England, Rohan studied Ancient History at the University of Manchester. After graduation he spend 15 months living and working in Venezuela. He is now in the US and will be starting a postgraduate course next year. Rohan has written a number of articles on Latin American politics for sights including: The London Economic, Pulsamerica, The Institute for Policy Study and The Hampton Institute

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