The Latin America Advisor’s editorial team has produced more than 300 editions of the publication this year for subscribers at many of the world’s most respected companies, as well as leading universities and government agencies on four continents. We’re delighted to share a dozen issues our team felt covered especially important developments during 2018, a remarkable year for Latin America and the Caribbean.
On November 14, the Inter-American Dialogue partnered with the Inter-American Development Bank to host an event titled Institutions for Development: What Lies Ahead in the Caribbean?
On December 3, the Inter-American Dialogue partnered with the Due Process of Law Foundation to host an event featuring Hernán Larraín, Minister for Justice and Human Rights in Chile.
En el contexto de la caravana de migrantes hondureños parados en Tijuana, el nuevo gobierno de México, encabezado por Andrés Manuel López Obrador, ha propuesto una estrategia regional con Estados Unidos y los países centroamericanos para generar empleos y fortalecer procesos productivos
In Latin America, Bush will be most remembered for his trade initiatives. These were his most consequential and enduring contributions to Inter-American relations.
Is López Obrador’s plan to form a National Guard to combat organized crime a good idea?
Durante el X Foro de Calidad Educativa, celebrado el 9 de noviembre en Buenos Aires, Ariel Fiszbein del Programa de Educación del Diálogo Interamericano presentó el Informe de Progreso Educativo de Argentina, el cual analiza el estado de la educación argentina con el propósito de visibilizar los principales desafíos educativos de la nación y presentar recomendaciones para abordarlos.
On November 14th, the Inter-American Dialogue convened a panel of experts to discuss current trends and prospects of Chinese infrastructure development in Latin America and the Caribbean. The event was moderated by Margaret Myers, director of the Inter-American Dialogue’s Asia & Latin America Program.
¿Traerá el nuevo año aguas menos turbias para la economía Argentina, o se enfrentará a nuevas sorpresas?
En esta edición del programa La Tarde se analizó el anunció del gobierno de Donald Trump sobre su intención de incluir a Venezuela en la lista de estados patrocinadores de terrorismo internacional, lo cual implicaría nuevas sanciones contra el régimen de Maduro.
President Iván Duque in November completed his first 100 days leading Colombia. How did he fare?
Mexico’s 2013 energy reform has led to pledges of almost $200 billion of private investment and renewable power auctions garnering bids to provide electricity at record-low prices. The Mexican government should continue to build on the successes of the reform, César Hernández, former Mexican undersecretary for electricity, and Jorge Castilla, managing director for Mexico at Accenture, said at an event hosted by the Inter-American Dialogue, the Embassy of Mexico, and the Energy Policy Research Foundation.
We are pleased to announce that Jose L. Valera has joined the Dialogue’s weekly Energy Advisor publication’s board of advisors.
In the annual meeting of the world’s largest economies, which starts on Friday in Argentina, it seemed that Latin America and its most pressing concerns – such as the crisis in Venezuela – would be the priorities. However, it is now clear that the current complex global dynamic will dominate.
On October 31, the Inter-American Dialogue and its Venezuela Working Group in partnership with the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) presented a new report on the Venezuelan forced migration crisis and potential solutions.