• Financiamiento estatal chino en Latinoamérica, en el nivel más bajo desde 2012

    La fuerte disminución en el 2017 se debe a que los bancos estatales chinos se abstuvieron de hacer préstamos a Venezuela, de lejos el mayor receptor de financiamiento del gigante asiático en la región desde el 2005.

    Apr 20 2018
  • How Is Social Media Changing Elections in Latin America?

    Is the integrity of Latin America’s elections at risk due to data breaches?

    Apr 18 2018
  • A Conversation with Costa Rica’s Ambassador to the US, Roman Macaya Hayes

    On February 6, Michael Shifter, president of the Inter-American Dialogue, served as discussant for an event hosted by the World Affairs Council-Washington, DC featuring Costa Rica’s ambassador to the US Roman Macaya Hayes. In the Q&A discussion, Macaya and Shifter covered a wide range of topics, such as Costa Rica’s elections and its regional implications, US-Costa Rican relations, and the challenges of regional integration.

    Apr 17 2018
  • Michael Shifter: “Es una oportunidad perdida para Trump”

    El presidente del Diálogo Interamericano cree que no hay razones que justifiquen que Donald Trump no acuda a Lima para limar asperezas con el continente.

    Apr 16 2018
  • Why Antiestablishment Fervor Is Growing in Latin America

    Will today’s corruption scandals fuel tomorrow’s demagogues?

    Apr 13 2018
  • ‘Debería salir una estrategia para atender la crisis de Venezuela’

    “La ausencia de Trump en la Cumbre representa una oportunidad de Diálogo perdida.” Michael Shifter en entrevista sobre las ausencias de Trump y Maduro, la crisis venezolana y corrupción en la región.

    Apr 13 2018
  • La “Cumbre”, ¿el peor momento para la región?

    ¿Pueden los países verdaderamente democráticos asumir un liderazgo regional, con autoridad política y moral para plantear salidas a la corrupción?

    Apr 13 2018
  • Anxiety at the Summit of the Americas

    Although perhaps justified by the tragic events in Syria, President Trump’s last-minute decision to skip the eighth Summit of the Americas, which begins this week in Lima, Peru, was discouraging to his Latin American and Caribbean counterparts.

    Apr 12 2018
  • Argentina: El estado de las políticas públicas docentes

    Hallazgos y recomendaciones sobre cómo mejorar las políticas públicas docentes en Argentina.

    Apr 10 2018
  • President Trump’s First Visit to Latin America

    President Trump’s trip to the Summit of the Americas in Peru will mark his first visit to Latin America. After Peru, the president will travel to Colombia, where he will meet with outgoing president Juan Manuel Santos. To provide insight and analysis prior to this visit, the Inter-American Dialogue and the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center assembled a private press roundtable of leading analysts and journalists on April 4.

    Apr 6 2018
  • Will Automation Create or Kill Jobs in Latin America and the Caribbean?

    The promise and peril of new technologies in Latin American and Caribbean economies.

    Apr 5 2018
  • Venezuela’s Migration Crisis

    On April 2, the Inter-American Dialogue in partnership with the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) hosted an event titled “Venezuela’s Migration Crisis.” This discussion, which was moderated by Michael Camilleri, featured panelists Shannon O’Neil from CFR, Francisca Vigaud-Walsh from Refugees International, and Dany Bahar from the Brookings Institution. This conversation explored the current status of the migration crisis, the US and international community’s response, and the challenges going forward.

    Apr 4 2018
  • Argentina: The state of teacher policy

    Findings and recommendations to strengthen teacher policies in Argentina.

    Apr 3 2018
  • “Es exagerado afirmar que si Petro gana, Colombia sería otra Venezuela”

    La izquierda y el fervor religioso se hacen un lugar en medio de los históricos récords de impopularidad de los mandatarios salientes este año: Santos, Temer, Peña Nieto, Cartes y Solís, quienes difícilmente superan el 20 por ciento de aprobación a su gestión. Michael Shifter analiza en esta entrevista con Semana este incierto panorama político de 2018.

    Apr 3 2018
  • What Can Costa Ricans Expect of Carlos Alvarado?

    To what can Alvarado Quesada, who came in behind Alvarado Muñoz in the first round, attribute his victory? What can Costa Ricans expect of his government, and how much will his policies differ from those of current President Luis Guillermo Solís? What will Alvarado Quesada’s government mean for businesses operating in Costa Rica and for the country’s economy?

    Apr 3 2018