El 24 de octubre, el director del programa de Migración, Remesas y Desarollo del Diálogo Interamericano, Manuel Orozco, conversó con Lucía Pineda Ubau de 100% Noticias sobre los flujos observados de migrantes en el aeropuerto de Managua, Nicaragua en los últimos meses. Orozco observó que el aeropuerto sirve de un puente desde Cuba y Haití hacia los Estados Unidos.
A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ views on the potential deployment of Kenyan law enforcement officers to lead a multinational police force in Haiti.
En el podcast En el fin del mundo, Tamara Taraciuk Broner, la directora del Programa sobre Estado de Derecho del Diálogo Interamericano, habló sobre alertas tempranas del declive democrático en América Latina, el rol del sector privado, la política del gobierno de Estados Unidos hacia la región, migración, transición democrática en Venezuela, el modelo de seguridad de Bukele, la influencia de China y más.
The Migration, Remittances, and Development Program published a presentation that delves deeply into how the scale, composition, and nature of migration in the Americas has changed drastically since 2015.
Orozco: “We’re not Addressing the Brain Drain by Investing in Human Capital or Increasing Skills of the Local Labor Force”
Manuel Orozco spoke with Open Democracy’s Borders and Belonging Podcast about the socio-economic harm done to the countries in the Global South that suffer brain drains as well as the effect of global mobility in an interconnected world.
The Migration, Remittances, and Development Program presented a report addressing the continued increase of annual remittance trends associated to large migration patterns in 2022.
Criminality is ubiquitous in Haitian officialdom. In fact, Haitian politics and government at all levels have become so enmeshed in and dependent on graft, gunrunning, drug smuggling, and gang violence that it is nearly impossible to disentangle them.
The Biden administration’s new border enforcement actions may reduce some but not all migration from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela. The measure may have the unintended result of marketing migration to those whose intention to do so was not as strong. This report recommends three differentiated steps the US should consider, including leveraging sanctions, working with the diaspora, and OAS engagement.
As three long-term observers of the country, we argue that a more assertive international response is needed and offer the following road map to help Haiti reset.
A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ views on Haiti’s deepening crisis as the country’s last democratically elected institution, the Senate, adjourns with no new members to convene a new term and gangs tighten their grip.
Diagnosis of the crisis has been easy—but what key actors in Haiti and its international partners can agree on what to do about has remained muddled.
On October 25, 2022, Think Tank Haiti (TTH) – a joint collaboration between Université Quisqueya and the Inter-American Dialogue – hosted a webinar titled “Haiti’s Frustration with International Aid.” During the event, prominent Haiti scholar and sociologist, Michèle Oriol, discussed her recent paper “International Aid or Foreign Policy? Lessons Learned since 1990” and her findings.
A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on Haiti’s appeal for foreign intervention to help stabilize the country.
Based on wide experience in eight conflicts, to include Haiti, I believe there is a way out of the current dead end. It requires patiently and assertively combining international expertise and resources with Haitian will and energy to address the country’s intertwined problems of security and governance.
Since March 2021, Haitian civil society has been working hard to develop innovative, local solutions to the country’s problems, including a blueprint for a Haitian-led transition that could well forge a new path for the country. For that plan to work, the changes will need to be profound and transformative, and the process of implementing them as inclusive and empowering, as possible.