On March 26, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted a conference call with Congresswoman Donna Shalala (D-FL, 27). The discussion centered around the spread of Covid-19 in Latin America & the Caribbean and how the United States can work with international partners to combat the pandemic.
What is the outlook and most-likely timeline for advancing USMCA in the 116th Congress?
On Thursday, January 31st, Dialogue president Michael Shifter briefed key Congressional staff during a meeting organized by the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
On February 14, 2018, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted a private briefing for key Congressional staff on the subject of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) with La Fundación Salvadoreña para el Desarrollo Económico y Social (FUSADES), a Salvadoran think tank.
On Tuesday, February 13, the Inter-American Dialogue convened a private dinner discussion with members of Congress and a delegation of Salvadoran representatives from the private sector to discuss the issue of Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
Mexico’s energy reform has led to a remarkable boost in investment, and the expected increase in the country’s crude oil production will strengthen energy security not only for Mexico but also at the regional level.
On March 7th, the Inter-American Dialogue and CAF-Development Bank of Latin America organized a roundtable with a diverse group of experts to provide input for a forthcoming report on US investment in Latin American energy.
Lawmakers join the Dialogue and the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health in open discussion on the Zika virus as a global health crisis.
How will election-year politics play into the TPP’s future? What steps can supporters of the accord take to help secure passage?
The outlook for the Northern Triangle is one of both optimism and apprehension.
Iran’s influence in the region, even in the handful of countries where it has been most active, has only declined in recent years.
A bill pending in the US Congress would require money transmitters to verify their customers’ immigration status. Is this measure good policy?
What do the election results mean for hemispheric policy and foreign relations?