Latin American Program in the News: Brother of President Santos says that the dialogue with the FARC ‘has to flow more’Feb 01, 2013
Enrique Santos noted progress in the peace processes but stressed the need to keep up the pace. (In Spanish)
Latin American Program in the News: Enrique Santos expressed concern about the slow pace of the peace processFeb 01, 2013
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)
Latin American Program in the News: Enrique Santos spoke in the United States about the peace processFeb 01, 2013
During a forum at the Wilson Center, Enrique Santos called attention to the pace of the peace processes, although he also noted there had been progress. (In Spanish)
Latin American Program in the News: Dialogue with the FARC should speed up to retain credibility (Santos’ brother)Feb 01, 2013
In an event at the Wilson Center, Enrique Santos indicated that the FARC should move the peace dialogues along or they could lose credibility. (In Spanish)
Enrique Santos, at a forum at the Wilson Center, explained that the lack of movement on the first point of the peace process agenda, agrarian reform, could dampen the enthusiasm of the Colombian and international communities. (In Spanish)
Eric Olson's take on U.S.-Mexico border security featured in the NYT's "Room for Debate"
New rounds of negotiations are underway in Colombia between the government of President Juan Manuel Santos and the FARC, Latin America’s oldest insurgency. What are the prospects for success this time around? To gain perspective on why the environment may be right for progress, we spoke with one of Colombia’s most accomplished journalists, Enrique Santos Calderón.
Eric Olson remarked upon the impact that a trafficking law approved by the U.S. Congress could have on arms trafficking between the United States and Mexico.
Our Director, Cynthia J. Arnson was interviewed by El Espectador on Obama's second term. (IN SPANISH)
Margarita López Maya elaborated on the quasi-religious aura that has engulfed Chávez's cult of personhood, which has the potential to circumvent constitutional restraints and legitimate extralegal measures.