Jair Bolsonaro nearly won Brazil’s election in the first round. Is he unstoppable in the runoff, or can Fernando Haddad win?
El Director del Programa de Migración, Remesas y Desarrollo del Dialogo Interamericano, Manuel Orozco, comentó para CNN acerca de la suspensión del término del TPS.
Continuar con la tarea de construcción democrática que iniciaron los latinoamericanos durante el siglo pasado es nuestro deber, pero es también nuestra única oportunidad. Con todos sus exasperantes defectos y limitaciones, la opción a la democracia en América Latina es una sola: la oscuridad.
En el 70 aniversario de la Declaración Universal de los Derechos Humanos y la Declaración Americana de los Derechos y Deberes del Hombre, la Universidad de Los Andes en Bogotá organizó una conferencia sobre el impacto y las implicaciones de estas convenciones en la cual participó Michael Camilleri, director del programa Peter D. Bell de Estado de Derecho del Diálogo Interamericano.
How does USMCA, the new NAFTA deal, affect the energy sector? What are the biggest changes? Will it boost investment and cooperation?
On September 28th, the Inter-American Dialogue partnered with the Council of the Americas to host an event titled Corruption and Crisis in Guatemala: The Past, Present, and Future of CICIG.
On September 25th, 2018, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted an event to address key factors in 2018 Brazilian election featuring Monica de Bolle and Mauricio Moura.
On September 27, the Inter-American Dialogue and Alianza Americas hosted a conversation with Carlos Calleja, Vice President of Grupo Calleja and candidate for president of El Salvador from the ARENA Party.
At the Fourth Annual Latin America Clean Transport Forum on September 27, government officials, private sector leaders, and international researchers gathered in Buenos Aires to discuss the challenges and opportunities for electric vehicles and what global and regional lessons can be used to foster their growth in Argentina.
On September 24, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted a conversation between Valdrack Jaentschke, Nicaragua’s Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs and Dialogue President Michael Shifter. The conversation began with introductory observations on some of the most poignant issues currently going on in Nicaragua; where according to the OAS and UN, protests against the Ortega regime have been met with repression from the government.
As the trade war between China and the United States intensifies, how is it affecting Latin American economies?
On September 21, 2018, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted a private roundtable event featuring Hugo de Zela, the vice minister of Foreign Relations of Peru.
Once again, Argentina has become synonymous with crisis. The Argentine peso has already lost half of its value against the dollar this year, and the economy is projected to contract by at least 2 percent while inflation reaches 40 percent. Beleaguered President Mauricio Macri is asking the International Monetary Fund for additional assistant, only three months after finalizing a loan agreement. Not surprisingly, Macri’s domestic popularity has suffered, weakening his re-election prospects next year.
It is now becoming increasingly clear that recent protests reflect the anger of the Nicaraguan people towards what many describe as an environment of systematic corruption and abuse of authority that has spanned almost 30 years.
Michael Camilleri explores how U.S. policy on Venezuela has changed following the administration change from Obama to Trump, and how it has remained consistent.