Analysis

Peruvian Elections Briefing

Everything you need to know about Peru’s presidential elections.

Ben Raderstorf, Diana Jordán

Articles & Op-Eds ˙

Nationalization & Its Discontents: Low Oil Prices & Latin America

As global oil prices collapsed over the last two years, regional governments have started to lose their leverage in the energy industry. To attract international investors, they must offer increasingly favorable terms, which means ceding more of their own control.

Lisa Viscidi

Articles & Op-Eds ˙ ˙ Foreign Affairs

Growing Pains: Urbanization & Governance in Peru

Peru’s growing urban middle class is one of the country’s greatest assets, but it also brings political and governance challenges.

Ben Raderstorf, Bruno Binetti

Articles & Op-Eds ˙ ˙ World Politics Review

What Does Latin America’s Shift to the Right Mean for the Energy Sector?

At a breakfast meeting with members of the Inter-American Dialogue’s Energy and Resources Committee, Michael Reid, The Economist’s senior Latin America editor and author of the “Bello” column, discussed why he thinks the region is shifting to the right.

Lisa Viscidi

Event Summaries ˙

Report Card on Education- Peru

This is the third Report Card on Education that is produced in Peru. In that sense, this gives us the possibility- as long as the data allow us- to make comparisons over time. It is important to recognize that the results of the first report card, published in 2004, we…

Reports ˙

Report Card on Education- Peru

In Peru, it is generally known that a better quality education could build citizens, who are better prepared for the democracy and modern and flexible workers, who would help reduce poverty. However, over the last decade- as well during the previous one- many factors have prevented the improvement of the…

Reports ˙

Education in Peru still Faces Challenges

Since the release of the Report Card on Education in 2003, there were important changes in the economic and politic field. In the first case, Peru presented during the last years a sustained economic growth of around 5% and it slightly reduced extreme poverty. In the second case, el Acuerdo…

Informando el progreso educativo

PREAL dará un activo apoyo a los informes de progreso educativo regionales, nacionales y subnacionales durante el 2005. Mientras la Comisión Centroamericana para la Reforma Educativa de PREAL está afinando los términos de referencia de lo que será su tercer informe regional que se publicará a fines de año (ver…

Reports ˙

Perú: Informe de Progreso de Políticas de Primera Infancia

Perú ha avanzado significativamente en los marcos normativos para proveer una mejora en el desarrollo infantil, pero aún hay brechas importantes por superar. A continuación se presenta el informe sobre políticas públicas de primera infancia en Perú.

Gabriela Guerrero, GRADE, Diálogo Interamericano

Reports ˙ ˙ Descargue el Informe

Private Roundtable with Ricardo Luna

The Inter-American Dialogue hosted a private roundtable event featuring Ricardo Luna, the Peruvian Minister of Foreign Relations. The discussion highlighted the Minister’s position on the best way for the international community to handle the crisis in Venezuela and how to confront infrastructural-based corruption throughout Latin America. Minister Luna also addressed some of the upcoming plans his government has in its preparation to host the eighth Summit of the Americas next March in Lima.

Alex Sadler

Event Summaries ˙

Editor’s Picks: Top Content from the Latin America Advisor 2019

Top selections from the Latin America Advisor’s editorial staff of issues covering especially important developments during 2019, a remarkable year for Latin America and the Caribbean.

Erik Brand, Gene Kuleta, Anastasia Chacón González

Latin America Advisor ˙

La atención a la primera infancia en Perú

Ariel Fiszbein, director del Programa de Educación, habla sobre los avances y retos de la atención a la primera infancia en Perú.

Ariel Fiszbein

Interviews ˙ ˙ Iniciativa de Inversión en la Infancia

Turmoil in South America and the Impact on Energy Markets

2019 has been a tumultuous year for South America. In recent months, mass protests have swept across several countries, including major oil and gas producers Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, and Colombia. Continued political and social turbulence will likely contribute to stagnant oil and gas production growth in these countries. Conversely, Brazil and Guyana are on track to become the region’s largest sources of supply growth.

Lisa Viscidi

Articles & Op-Eds ˙ ˙ Istituto Affari Internazionali