Constructing Democratic Governance
The centerpiece of the Dialogue's work on democratic governance is the Constructing Democratic Governance book series, published by John Hopkins University Press and now in its fourth edition. Leading Latin American and US scholars undertake a systematic and wide-ranging examination of the state of democratic governance in Latin America.
A candid discussion on the Brazilian experience and ways to improve international cooperation against corruption, featuring Brazil’s Prosecutor General and the Acting US Assistant Attorney General
On July 17, the Inter-American Dialogue invited Colombia’s Minister of Labor, Griselda Restrepo, to discuss labor advances in post-conflict Colombia. Director of the Peter D. Bell Rule of Law Program, Michael Camilleri, moderated the discussion. The event focused on US-Colombia cooperation over labor policy, new labor initiatives accompanying the peace accords, and post-conflict violence against workers.
En este episodio de Club de Prensa presentado por José Díaz Briseño, las acusaciones de corrupción hacia Ollanta Humala, la condena sobre Lula da Silva y la actitud de Donald Trump durante su viaje a Paris son analizadas por Michael Shifter, presidente del Diálogo Interamericano, María Peña, corresponsal de ‘La Opinión’ – Los Ángeles, y Jan Martínez Ahrens, corresponsal jefe de ‘El País’ de Madrid en Washington.