On Tuesday, May 23rd, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted an event with Ivan Briscoe, Latin America and Caribbean program director at the International Crisis Group; Ana Glenda Tager, Latin America regional director at Interpeace; and Steven Dudley, Co-Director of InSight Crime. During this session, the speakers addressed violence in Central American in relation to gangs.
In the early 1980s, when the Inter-American Dialogue was born, the U.S. was actively supporting right-wing governments from El Salvador to Nicaragua. There were “tremendous misunderstandings between Latin America and the United States,” says Michael Shifter, longtime president of the D.C.-based think tank. These days, it seems those tremendous misunderstandings have returned with a vengeance, making the Dialogue’s work even more relevant.
Estados Unidos y América Latina andan por caminos separados, mientras varias instituciones hemisféricas disminuyen en relevancia
Cuba Posible entrevista a Peter Hakim y Michael Shifter en conjunto para conversar sobre la integración latinoamericana y las relaciones “Norte-Sur”.
A compilation of the most relevant Dialogue’s articles, presentations and reports on Central America: its development challenges and policy options.
On Monday, December 5th, 2016, the Dialogue welcomed El Salvador’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Hugo Martínez for a discussion on US-El Salvador relations in light of recent political developments in Central and North America. The discussion focused on the Plan for the Alliance for Prosperity of the Northern Triangle as the guiding policy of US engagement with El Salvador and the neighboring countries of Guatemala and Honduras.
The outlook for the Northern Triangle is one of both optimism and apprehension.
More than 52,000 Central American children, passing through Mexico, have sought entry into the US.