A policy brief exploring the nature and implications of disinformation spread in the United States, particularly surrounding the 2016 elections.
A report analyzing the opportunities and challenges involved in utilizing new technologies to combat corruption in public procurement in Latin America.
A report analyzing the potential scenarios facing Venezuela at a critical juncture in its democratic development.
Citizen Security in Latin America and the Caribbean: Challenges and Innovation in Management and Public Policies in the Last 10 Years
A new report by former president of Costa Rica and Dialogue Co-Chair Laura Chinchilla and Doreen Vorndran takes stock of the challenges and developments in security policy in Latin America and the Caribbean over the past decade.
A new report by Dialogue fellow Kevin Casas, Paola González and Liliana Mesías analyzes the dominant trends in police behavior and organization and predicts how they will shape police forces over time.
A report presenting recommendations to countries and organizations contending with the Venezuelan migration and refugee crisis.
Michael Camilleri explores how U.S. policy on Venezuela has changed following the administration change from Obama to Trump, and how it has remained consistent.
The rapid rise of the private security industry is an inevitable byproduct of high levels of crime and violence in the region, and brings a new set of challenges to citizen security in Latin America.
A reform agenda for the Organization of American States.
A report on freedom of expression in the Americas and Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’.
New research from the Inter-American Dialogue and the Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP) shows how crime avoidance influences everyday behaviors and has significant consequences for education, economic opportunity, development, and the rule of law—and help explain why intentions to migrate have risen sharply in every Central American country.
The relationship between the United States and the IACHR is historically complex, and the Trump Administration may be tempted to pull back—but engagement is still the best way to serve US strategic interests.
What plausible explanations are there for the unprecedented, anti-corruption social and institutional reactions recently seen in Latin America?
An exploration of campaign finance across the Americas, with key lessons from regulation and clear recommendations for reform.
Latin American countries have some of the most restrictive reproductive health laws and policies in the world, particularly with regard to abortion. In part this stems from not recognizing reproductive freedom as a fundamental human right. However, imposing legal restrictions on abortion does not reduce the likelihood that women will seek this reproductive health service. Instead, harsh laws compel women to risk their lives and health by seeking out unsafe abortions.