In July of 2009, four experts from the region convened to talk about their perspectives on the potential for reform in four leading oil producing nations: Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela. This paper provides a summary of the event, and in doing so evaluates the current climate for significant reform in these four Latin American nations.
Venezuelans voting whether to re- elect Hugo Chavez on Oct. 7 will also decide the fate of a regime that forms the linchpin of an alliance from Iran to Cuba against U.S. policies
RESPUESTA AL ESTUDIO “COLOMBIA: ÉXITOS Y LEYENDAS DE LOS “MODELOS” DE SEGURIDAD CIUDADANA: LOS CASOS DE BOGOTÁ Y MEDELLÍN"
Hugo Acevedo Velásquez, former Sub-secretary for Security and Cohabitation in Bogotá, Colombia, responds to a chapter on one of our latest publications, ¿A Dónde Vamos?
While the Zetas now have control in more territory, their power still may not be as strong as the Sinaloa Cartel.
Three experts share their views on reports from the World Bank and the United Nations Development Program and discuss the humanitarian toll of the conflict in Colombia.