In an interview with NPR, Eric Olson discusses the close race in the upcoming elections in Honduras this Sunday.
Latin American Program in the News: Military Role in Drug War at Stake in Honduras Presidential VoteNov 22, 2013
Eric Olson comments to Bloomberg on how Honduras' economic situation might be as worse as its security situation.
Latin American Program in the News: Is World's Most Powerful Drug Kingpin Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán Hiding in Honduras?Nov 22, 2013
Eric Olson, LAP Associate Director, comments to Forbes on recent speculations that Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman might have left Mexico and be hiding out in Honduras.
Latin American Program in the News: Roger Noriega accuses Honduran candidate’s husband of drug-trafficking linksNov 22, 2013
The neo-con former U.S. diplomat and current lobbyist apparently isn’t a fan of ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya or his wife, presidential candidate Xiomara Castro.
"Hondurans go to the polls on Sunday to elect a new president and Congress. While elections in this very poor Central American country of roughly 8 million are not generally the focus of international concern, this time there are issues at stake that sound off alarms far beyond its borders," writes Eric Olson in The Miami Herald.
Latin American Program in the News: Michelle Bachelet es la más opcionada a ganar las elecciones presidenciales en ChileNov 21, 2013
Cynthia Arnson was interview by Noticias MundoFox about her perspective regarding the recent presidential elections in Chile. The interview is in Spanish.
LAP Associate Director Eric Olson was interviewed by LatinPulse, which is produced by American University’s School of Communication. He discussed the current political parties and the upcoming elections in Honduras.
Director Cynthia Arnson provides her expertise in an interview on NTN24's "Zoom a la Noticia". She discusses the recent election results in Chile on a panel with other experts. The interview is in Spanish.
This article explores the new debate on drugs and the role of narcotrafficking in the negotiations with the FARC. Wilson Center Expert and Global Fellow, Juan Carlos Garzón, discusses the changing debate that happened in the U.S. and elsewhere. This article is in Spanish.
Wilson Center Scholar, Juan Carlos Garzón, is quoted in an article on 180.com about the judicial changes that have occurred under Guatemalan Attorney General, Claudia Paz y Paz. The article analyzes whether the changes that have been made will continue once Paz y Paz steps down at the end of 2014. This article is in Spanish.