Bruno Binetti

Argentina  |  Non-Resident Fellow

+1-202-822-900 ˙ bbinetti@thedialogue.org ˙

Bruno Binetti is a non-resident research fellow with the office of the president at the Inter-American Dialogue, based in Buenos Aires. He was previously a research assistant at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars and has also worked as a legislative aide in the Argentine Congress. Binetti holds a BA in international studies from Torcuato Di Tella University and an MA in international affairs and development from George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, where he was a Fulbright Scholar. He writes on Latin American political and economic trends and China- Latin America relations and has taught courses at Torcuato Di Tella University and the Catholic University of Argentina. 


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Bruno Binetti in conversation with Gustau Alegret Video

Debate Trump-Biden, Protestas en México, Elecciones en Bolivia, Referendo en Chile

Primer cara a cara entre Donald Trump y Joe Biden. Cleveland es el escenario para el debate al que ambos llegan con mucho en juego. Marcha en favor del aborto en México termina en violencia. Por lo menos 500 mujeres marchaban hasta el Zócalo, en la capital mexicana, cuando comenzaron los enfrentamientos con la fuerza pública. Estos y otros temas fueron debatidos en el programa Club de Prensa de NTN24. Bruno Binetti, investigador no residente del Diálogo Interamericano participó en esta edición de Club de Prensa presentada por Gustau Alegret. 

Luis Almagro

Almagro, la CIDH y la grieta interamericana

A la disputa por la Presidencia del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo se sumó un conflicto entre el secretario general de la Organización de Estados Americanos, Luis Almagro, y la Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos. Aunque ambos casos son muy distintos, expresan una realidad preocupante: la creciente polarización que afecta a organismos fundamentales para América Latina y el Caribe.

Inter-American Development Bank building

Latin America Won’t Give In to Trump Without a Fight

For the Trump administration, there seem to be only two options in dealing with multilateral institutions: withdraw (as in the case of the World Health Organization) or take them over. In the tussle over the Inter-American Development Bank, the region is prepared to wait him out. The ball is now in Latin America’s court.


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Argentina: Back to Normal

Mauricio Macri’s failure confirms that there seems to be no politically sustainable way to open up and reform Argentina’s economy. The long-term benefits of liberalizing, improving competitiveness and reducing fiscal spending might be clear in theory, but the immediate social costs of these policies are simply too high for Argentines to bear.

˙Bruno Binetti


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This [expropriation of grain exporter Vicentin] will raise concerns about the future economic policies of the [Argentine] government. Right now all I can see are costs in terms of credibility, in terms of money, in terms of political support for the government.