No end in sight for Venezuela
Michael Shifter fue entrevistado por Gerardo Torres de El Salvador sobre los temas más destacados en la agenda regional. Entre otros asuntos, Shifter habló sobre el futuro de la paz en Colombia, la crisis política y económica en Venezuela, y el impacto de las elecciones de Estados Unidos en la región.
Ecuadordan President Rafael Correa battles an increasingly dissatisfied citizenry as he implements fiscal reforms to counter dropping oil prices.
What are the worstcase and best-case scenarios for Venezuelan economic and political risk over the next year?
Obama’s legacy in Latin America continues to be strengthened as US-Cuba relations move in a positive direction.
Michael Shifter analiza el impacto del Premio Nobel de la Paz concedido al Presidente de Colombia Juan Manuel Santos en CNN Español.
The intensity of the clash within Mercosur highlights how much has changed in South America since Venezuela joined the bloc four years ago.
American and Cuban leaders today are trying to bring a relationship once defined by antithetical ideologies into the 21st century.
Everyone recognized that the immigration system was a mess and needed to be fixed, but the politics were too polarized and complicated for any serious progress to be made.
Iran’s influence in the region, even in the handful of countries where it has been most active, has only declined in recent years.
Latin America, inter-American affairs, and the region’s global relations have changed dramatically since the end of the Cold War.
Cuba and the US still have a long way to go as they continue to build their relationship.
US-Mexico relations are in a perilous downward spiral — one that threatens American jobs and security to an extent Trump may not even realize.
Ecuador has now confirmed that it cut off internet access at their London Embassy for Julian Assange, the leader of the group WikiLeaks, who has been staying at the embassy since 2012. NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks to Michael Shifter, president of the Inter-American Dialogue, about what Ecuador’s calculus might be.
Michael Shifter discusses the fallout from the Colombian referendum voting against the peace deal with the FARC