On February 17, 2021, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted the online event “Biden’s Central America Plan – Perspectives from the Region” in partnership with Creative Associates International. Taking into account the Biden administration’s plan for Central America, speakers addressed the region’s doubts, needs and aspirations with respect to US partnerships toward short-term and long-term development in the region.
Rebecca Bill Chavez warns in an article for the New York Times on that as we enter a global democratic recession, we must not ignore increasing trends of militarization in Latin America.
Will President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador be able to curb Mexico’s growing insecurity?
Rebecca Bill Chavez writes for the New York Times on strained relations between the United States and Mexico following the Trump administration’s threats to the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Hay una ausencia de claridad acerca de cuál será la manera de trabajar con los Estados Unidos.
The outlook for the Northern Triangle is one of both optimism and apprehension.
On February 28, 2014, the Inter-American Dialogue organized a Capitol Hill conference on pressing issues in Central America and Mexico.
Despite the economic importance of migration, Central American governments have lacked integral policies to leverage migration for development.
As the global financial crisis continues to alter US relations with the hemisphere, greater engagement in the region remains critical to US interests.
Will Central American governments spend the money effectively? Do the countries in the isthmus have a good plan to fight the drug cartels?