| Silvina Romano|
|Alma mater||National University of Córdoba|
|Interests|| • lawfare|
• Latin America
Expert on the relationship between the United States and Latin America
Silvina Romano is an Argentinian historian with focus on the relations between the United States and Latin America during the Cold War and today, and the use of the judicial system for regime changes.
“Lawfare is a political war through the courts, which uses legal tools improperly for political persecution, which uses the law as a weapon to destroy the adversary. Lawfare operates from high places through a judicial apparatus that rises above the Legislative and Executive Power, expanding the margin of maneuver and power of the judges, paving the way for a growing “juristocracy”.”
Silvina Romano (December 2020) 
She holds a doctorate in Political Science from the National University of Córdoba (UNC) in Argentina. She also has a degree in History and a degree in Social Communication from UNC.
Romano is a researcher at the National Council for Technical and Scientific Research (CONICET) at the Institute for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the University of Buenos Aires (IEALC-UBA). She is a postdoctoral fellow for the Center for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and for the Center for Research and Studies on Culture and Society -CONICET.
Over the last few years, she has researched the following topics: relations between the United States and Latin America during the Cold War and today; criticism of development assistance; integration, underdevelopment and dependency in Latin America; democracy and security in the United States.
She is a member of the Executive Council of the think tank CELAG, where she coordinates the United States and Latin America Analysis Unit.