Infrastructure Integration and Environmental Preservation in the Amazon,The U.S.–Colombia Free Trade Agreement: A Capitol Hill Conversation, U.S.–Mexico Security Cooperation: The Mérida Initiative and Beyond and more!
Latin American Program in the News: Enrique Santos expressed concern about the slow pace of the peace process
While discussing the peace process in a presentation at the Wilson Center, Enrique Santos noted that if more progress hasn’t been made by Semana Santa, it will send a negative message about the peace process to the Colombian and international communities. (In Spanish)
This report results from a seminar held on June 13, 2002 that discussed decentralization and democratic governance in relation to Venezuela.
Propuestas para Aliviar la Reestructuración de Pagos Externos Sobre un Programa de Transformación Productiva y Social
Latin American Program in the News: Fresh cancer scare for Venezuela President Hugo Chavez as illness prompts new fears over re-election bid
Director Cynthia Arnson said the new surgery seriously complicates Chavez's re-election prospects. She said: 'It's now clear that Chavez's cancer is far from cured. Chavez's illness - his ability to campaign as well as to govern - is a major factor in the race. It erodes the aura of invincibility as well as inevitability that Chavez has always tried to create.'
Jennifer McCoy discuss the possible scenarios after the Venezuelan elections in a forum organized by the Latin American Program.
These publications examine a range of trade and economic issue effecting the region in the context of globalization, especially the increasing economic relationship between Asia and Latin America.