On November 3rd, the Dialogue co-hosted an event with the George Washington University Elliot School of International Affairs Latin American & Hemispheric Studies Program for a discussion on corruption, transparency and citizen security in Latin America.
In the past year, the Bolivian government has emerged as an outspoken critic of climate change policies.
The key to resolving Costa Rica’s fiscal deficit lies in a major reform that would replace the country’s sales tax with a value-added tax.
Colombia’s growth rate was revised upward by the IMF to 4.8 percent while the region-wide growth estimate was revised downward.
Over the past weeks, public discontent with the administration of President Dilma Rousseff has continued to rise.
Citizen security remains a top concern for most Latin American governments as crime and violence spiral out of control and cripple political and economic institutions in the region.
Jorge I. Domínguez discusses Cuba’s political future at a private roundtable
A conversation with Alfonso Prat Gay, Minister of Finance of Argentina
What education programs have succeeded, or failed, in developing countries and what can Latin American policymakers learn from them?
Regional integration, social inclusion, and the need for a more competitive business climate—discussed at the XVIII Annual CAF Conference
In recent years, there has been much debate over how to make the Inter-American system more effective in defending human rights.
On December 6, Venezuelans gave the opposition Democratic Union a sweeping victory in the most anticipated Latin American legislative election in many years.
The seventh Summit of the Americas comes at a critical moment in hemispheric relations.
With roughly 50,000 murders a year for the past decade, Brazil is one of the world’s most violent countries.
Obama has acted decisively to push through immigration reforms but the scope of his efforts remain unclear.