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The Inter-American Dialogue convenes events ranging from small briefings to major conferences throughout the year across an array of critical issue areas—Latin American trade and investment links, economic and political trends, energy integration, globalization and poverty, education reform, women and political power, remittances and migration, race discrimination in Latin America, the challenges facing the countries of the Andean region, the changing politics and economics of Cuba, the precarious equilibrium in Haiti, and ongoing threats to press freedom in the Americas.

We welcome the participation in our events of informed people with diverse backgrounds and from across the political spectrum. Because space is limited, we cannot publicly list upcoming events, in general. To receive invitations, please select from the two options below:

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Written summaries of recent events are available to the public. All sessions are "on the record" unless specifically noted. To search for an event, please visit the Publications Search page.

Lender of Last Resort?: What Chinese Finance Means for Latin America

Remittances to Latin America and the Caribbean in 2014

Latinos' Views on U.S. Foreign Policy

CANCELLED: Global Leadership Speaker Series: Energy and Mining in Peru

REMINDER: Social Security in Latin America: What Next?

Challenges to Freedom of Expression: A Hemispheric Agenda

REMINDER: A Conversation with Colombia's Minister of Defense, Juan Carlos Pinzón

REMINDER: Latin America's Productivity Challenge: New approaches to Technical Education and Professional Training

REMINDER Cuba and the US: The Continuing Story

A Discussion of Costa Rica’s Economic and Investment Outlook

Citizen Insecurities and Democracy in the Americas, 2004-2014

Brazil's Pending Security Challenges

Beyond Venezuela's Simmering Crisis

Brazil’s Foreign Policy: Dilma’s Choices

Climate Change and Latin America: The outlook for COP 20 and beyond

China's Growing Presence in the Caribbean

Reforming The Human Rights System: Challenges and Opportunities

Evo's Journey: Discussion of the Bolivian Elections

A Conversation with Mauricio Cárdenas, Colombia's Minster of Finance