The Inter-American Dialogue’s work in Central America and the Caribbean examines opportunities and challenges facing the 28 countries and islands in the region. Issues include security, migration, drug policy, remittances, education, integration, and trade.
While 2021 has been a year of transition for the energy sector in Latin America, it has also been a year of instability in the region’s political conditions and social environment. Under this context, industry experts, government officials and corporate representatives convened virtually to discuss the challenges, opportunities and changes in Latin America’s energy markets at the Fifth Annual Latin America Energy Conference.
As Haiti’s crisis deepens, the Inter-American Dialogue together with Quisqueya University, hosted on September 29 the event “Haiti’s Crisis Deepens: What Must Be Done Now?” to discuss how to effectively address the ongoing crisis in this Caribbean nation.
Brasil es el más beneficiado de la Organización de Países Exportadores de Petróleo [por la subida de los precios de petróleo]. Exporta mucho, sobre todo a China, y las ventas se han mantenido en niveles altos incluso en los peores momentos de la pandemia.
Whatever the legal justification, it is hard to square sending back Haitian migrants, many who have been outside the country over a decade, with basic standards of decency and a ‘humane’ approach, as the Biden administration has pledged.