Ben Raderstorf joined the Inter-American Dialogue in 2015 and is a program associate with the Peter D. Bell Rule of Law Program. He coordinates the Dialogue’s program work and research on corruption, citizen security, and judicial issues as well as US foreign policy towards Latin America. He also organizes the Dialogue’s Working Group on Latin America and many of its regular events, conferences, and meetings. Raderstorf has been published in The New York Times, Foreign Affairs, Slate, World Politics Review, and the New York Daily News and is a regular contributor to the Dialogue’s Voces blog. He writes on corruption and anti-corruption mechanisms, inter-American relations, US-Cuba policy, citizen security, political parties, and social policy in Latin America. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University in social studies, focusing on globalization and democracy in Latin America. Raderstorf previously worked for the Chilean Ministry of Finance in Santiago, and has lived or spent time in Argentina, Peru, Chile, Uruguay, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico.