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“Remesas convertidas en ahorro,” Confidencial, August 17, 2017 (Ivan Olivares).
“Asesoría e inclusión financiera en Banco Banpro,” the Inter-American Dialogue, August 2017 (by Manuel Orozco).
“El nuevo régimen Ortega-Murillo”, Confidencial, November 11, 2016 (by Manuel Orozco).
“Politics and the migration crisis in Honduras: An Unfortunate Disagreement”, Inter-American Dialogue: Voces, September 14, 2016 (by Manuel Orozco).
“El COSEP también es un actor político”, Confidencial, September 12, 2016 (by Manuel Orozco).
“Migración, pobreza y remesas en Nicaragua”, Inter-American Dialogue: Resources, August 16, 2016 (by Manuel Orozco).
“Deciding Against Informality”, Inter-American Dialogue: Voces, June 13, 2016 (by Beatriz Slooten).
“Thinking Differently About Nicaragua’s Development Challenges”, Inter-American Dialogue: Voces, April 29, 2016 (by Manuel Orozco and Gloriana Sojo).
Protecting Latin America’s Poor During Economic Crises
History tells us that economic crises cause large increases in poverty. The most recent economic crisis will cause Latin America’s GDP to contract around 2 percent in 2009.
Earthquake Exposes Haiti’s Silent Crisis
Haiti represents one of the most complex and deeply rooted challenges facing U.S. foreign policy in the Western Hemisphere: a failing state on the doorstep of the world’s most powerful nation.
Haiti’s Faint Signs of Progress Take a Vicious Blow
Since achieving independence in 1804 to become the world’s first free black state, Haiti has been beset by turbulent, often violent, politics and a gradual but seemingly unstoppable slide from austerity to poverty to misery.