May 19, 2010 // 8:30am — 3:15pm
A conference to deepen the understanding of the connection between existing levels of common crime and the growing presence of organized crime in the region.
May 11, 2010 // 4:00pm — 5:30pm
José Miguel Insulza of the OAS addressed the significance the Organization holds today, what topics it should address, and what reforms could be undertaken.
Central America and the Dominican Republic: Evaluating the First Years of Implementation of the DR-CAFTA
April 22, 2010 // 10:00am — 4:15pm
Experts examine the evolution of the DR-CAFTA agreement and how it has transformed the economic, political, and social environment in the region.
April 19, 2010 // 1:00pm — 2:30pm
This seminar explores the political and social factors that help explain how Latin America emerged from the 2008 global economic crisis as strongly as it did.
March 22, 2010 // 12:30pm — 1:30pm
Catalina Romero discusses the role of the Catholic Church in development of democracy in Peru.
March 09, 2010 // 3:00pm — 4:30pm
Former President Lagos commented on Latin American views of the United States and Obama administration policy and on the need for global cooperation and dialogue to solve issues such as climate change.
March 04, 2010 // 3:00pm — 5:00pm
To examine the issues at stake and evaluate the policy alternatives, the Latin American Program held a roundtable on March 4, 2010, in conjunction with the Institute of Caribbean Studies.
January 22, 2010 // 10:00am — 11:30am
The five ambassadors to Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay engaged in a discussion of Latin American domestic politics, foreign policy, and U.S. relations.
January 21, 2010 // 8:00am — 9:30am
At a Latin American Program seminar, Chilean scholar Patricio Navia of New York University discussed the decline of the Concertación coalition, Piñera's and the Alianza's success, and the future political outlook for Chile.
December 10, 2009 // 7:45am — 2:30pm
The Latin American Program held a conference to discuss municipal-level efforts to improve citizen security, reduce violent crime, and engage citizens and invigorate civil society participation.