A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on the Supreme Court decision regarding former Brazilian President Lula.
The Dialogue’s Peter D. Bell Rule of Law Program and the Inter-American Development Bank hosted a series of events focused on addressing issues of corruption in the Americas to identify lessons learned from recent corruption cases, analyze continued challenges, and outline the agenda for future reform.
In the wake of the Car Wash corruption scandal, seven Latin American countries are heading to the polls to elect new presidents. Global Insight assesses the implications for rule of law and democracy across the continent. Michael Camilleri shares his impressions.
An interview with Peter Hakim about the impacts of Lava Jato, Brazil’s political polarization, and the country’s role in the international community
A candid discussion on the Brazilian experience and ways to improve international cooperation against corruption, featuring Brazil’s Prosecutor General and the Acting US Assistant Attorney General
O senador Aloysio Nunes Ferreira assume, nesta terça-feira, o Ministério das Relações Exteriores. O novo cargo vai trazer desafios imediatos ao novo ministro. Já na quarta-feira, ele vai embarcar para uma reunião de chanceleres e precisará se posicionar sobre a suspensão da Venezuela do Mercosul. Também em um horizonte próximo, o ministro vai se deparar com a condução da política externa em meio a um cenário crescente de protecionismo no mercado internacional.
What plausible explanations are there for the unprecedented, anti-corruption social and institutional reactions recently seen in Latin America?
The emergence of this new normative edifice in favor of transparency and accountability is one of the most important, yet unsung, stories of the consolidation of democracy in Latin America.
Brazil faces enormous challenges, but Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment is not likely one of them.