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Women, Remittances, and Financial Inclusion in Guatemala

On May 24, 2024, the Inter-American Dialogue released the report “Women, Remittances, and Financial Inclusion in Guatemala.” The report, produced by Manuel Orozco, director of the Migration, Remittances, and Development program, provides a financial characterization of women in Guatemala, explores barriers to financial inclusion, and outlines a path toward greater financial independence.

Manuel Orozco

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Escuela Plus And Audiovisual Programming As An Educational Tool

In this report, the Inter-American Dialogue presents the results of its study on the Escuela Plus program experience and the role of satellite television in educational practices.

Sarah Stanton, Ariel Fiszbein, Anna Herrero Tejada

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What Will Abinader Do in His Second Term in the DR?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ views on the election in the Dominican Republic.

Bernardo Vega, Luis Fortuño, Rosario Espinal, Mary Fernández Rodríguez, G. Philip Hughes, Beatrice Rangel

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Are Tense Relations Harming Anti-Drug Cooperation?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ views on intelligence cooperation between Ecuador and Mexico.

Vanda Felbab-Brown, Peter Hakim, Diego Marroquín Bitar, Amanda Mattingly

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Ortega y Putin, la dependencia de Nicaragua en Rusia

La relación entre Nicaragua y Rusia se resume en un juego de personalidades autoritarias con ilusiones de grandeza. Daniel Ortega, un animal político primitivamente autoritario, está obsesionado con entregarse a Rusia y Vladimir Putin, como una necesidad existencial. Mientras tanto el dictador ruso acepta el cortejo del dictador criollo para alimentar su ego, su perenne lucha, anacrónica, por recobrar lo que no existe, una nación que perdió décadas atrás su silla imperial.

Manuel Orozco

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What Will Mulino’s Presidency Mean for Panamanians?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ views on the recent election of José Raúl Mulino as president of Panama.

Arantza Alonso Berbotto, Sabrina Bacal, Joaquín Jácome Diez, Orlando J. Pérez, John Feeley, Michelle Watts, Hugo Wood

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Is Dissent Derailing Milei’s Reform Goals in Argentina?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ views on protests against education-related budget cuts in Argentina.

Juan Cruz Díaz, Carolina Costa, Mariano Machado, Phillip Leon Euell, Graciela C. Römer, Tobías Belgrano, Geoffrey Dennis

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English for Employment in Guatemala

The following report provides new evidence and information on English language teaching and learning for employment in Guatemala.

Denisse Vásquez, Aimée Rivas, Silvia Rosal, Verónica Spross

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El inglés para la inserción laboral en Guatemala: Evento presenta diagnóstico y recomendaciones para la implementación de una estrategia de fortalecimiento de la enseñanza del idioma inglés en el país

Evento presenta nuevo estudio que examina el estado de la enseñanza del inglés para el trabajo en Guatemala con un enfoque específico en el sector BPO. El informe, elaborado por Empresarios por la Educación, en colaboración con Guatemala No Se Detiene, AGEXPORT, Pearson y el Diálogo Interamericano, ofrece nueva evidencia e información sobre este tema tan clave para la competitividad futura del país.

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A Threat to Judicial Independence: Constitutional Reform Proposals in Mexico

On May 2, 2024, the Dialogue’s Rule of Law Program, the Stanford Law School’s Rule of Law Impact Lab, and the Mexican Bar Association released a report analyzing the constitutional reform proposals presented by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to the Mexican Congress in February 2024. The report concludes that the proposals directed at the federal judiciary constitute a direct threat to judicial independence.

Daniel Caballero, Adriana García

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