How President Alberto Fernández handles Argentina’s foreign debt crisis will define his legacy.
Cristina Fernandez’s power and influence make it difficult for Alberto Fernandez to present a vision that can set Argentina on a stable path of reforms in order to avoid constant crises and debt defaults.
Joyce Chang, chair of Global Research at J.P. Morgan, was named as one of Barron’s 100 Most Influential Women in US Finance.
Este documento detalla los desafíos que se presentaron a la hora de implementar del Plan Robótica en la Provincia de Buenos Aires.
How much will the latest sanctions hurt Venezuela’s oil production and exports, and will the move ultimately result in significantly more pressure on Maduro to step down?
Javier Pérez de Cuéllar was the fifth secretary-general of the United Nations, serving for two terms from 1982 to 1991. As secretary-general, he brokered the historic ceasefire between Iran and Iraq in 1988.
Susana Malcorra, former minister of foreign affairs for Argentina, has been appointed as the new dean of the IE School of Global & Public Affairs, as announced by the IE University in Spain.
Former Prime Minister Joe Clark has been appointed by PM Justin Trudeau as UN special envoy for Canada’s bid for a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council.
Este nuevo informe resume las conclusiones acordadas en el taller regional de Montevideo sobre un paquete básico de prestaciones universales para la primera infancia.
Once a major OPEC producer, Venezuela has witnessed a spectacular fall in oil production over the last 20 years under Hugo Chávez and Nicolás Maduro. In 2019, U.S. sanctions hastened this decline. Will Venezuela ever reclaim its place as a top oil producer?
What can Mexico do to eliminate violence against girls and women, and to what extent can the root causes of femicide be addressed through policy?
On February 21, 2020, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted “OAS Secretary General Candidate Series: Hugo de Zela,” a public event with current Peruvian Ambassador to the United States Hugo de Zela, candidate for OAS Secretary General.
Manuel Orozco was interviewed by Carlos Fernando Chamorro from Confidencial. He discussed what the people of Nicaragua are hoping for, the power of the National Coalition and the possibilities of political reform in Nicaragua.
Manuel Orozco was interviewed on February 14, 2020 by Gonzalo Abarca from VOA Noticias: Foro Interamericano to discuss the H2A visas for Guatamalans, Nayib Bukele’s display of military force and Juan Guaidó’s international tour.
Why are ratings agencies taking a dim view of Costa Rica’s finances, and are the government’s plans enough to manage the country’s ballooning deficit?