Analysis

Corruption, Transparency and Citizenship in Latin America

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.

Tim Mahony

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Costa Rica’s Economic & Investment Outlook

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.

Megan Cook

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Turbulence in Brazil

Over the past weeks, public discontent with the administration of President Dilma Rousseff has continued to rise.

Bruno Binetti

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IACHR Report on Citizen Security & Human Rights

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.

Bridget O'Loughlin

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Education Programs That Work

What education programs have succeeded, or failed, in developing countries and what can Latin American policymakers learn from them?

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Reforming the Human Rights System

In recent years, there has been much debate over how to make the Inter-American system more effective in defending human rights.

Marielle Coutrix

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Interpreting Venezuela’s Elections

On December 6, Venezuelans gave the opposition Democratic Union a sweeping victory in the most anticipated Latin American legislative election in many years.

Bruno Binetti

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Brazil’s Pending Security Challenges

With roughly 50,000 murders a year for the past decade, Brazil is one of the world’s most violent countries.

Marielle Coutrix

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Immigration Policy: What’s Next?

Obama has acted decisively to push through immigration reforms but the scope of his efforts remain unclear.

Marielle Coutrix

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