Latin American Program in the News: Admite Costa Rica que capos de México y Colombia usan su territorioApr 11, 2013
The Latin America Program's event, "The Transnational Nature of Organized Crime in the Americas” was discussed in this article about Mexican and Colombian cartels entering Costa Rica. (In Spanish)
Latin American Program in the News: As Colombian Drug Gangs Collapse, Mexican Cartels Get Tons of Cheap CokeApr 11, 2013
This article covers a working brief by Daniel Rico on the weakening of the Colombian organized crime and drug-trafficking groups, Bacrim, and the transfer of power to Mexican cartels.
Director Cynthia J. Arnson remarks on the important role that the United States has in peace-building initiatives in Latin America.
The event “The Transnational Nature of Organized Crime in the Americas” held at the Wilson Center this morning was featured in this website.
Latin American Program in the News: Debilidad institucional vulnera guerra contra narcotráfico en HondurasApr 10, 2013
The Latin American Program was mentioned for its publication of "Organizaciones de Tráfico de drogas en Centroamérica: Transportistas, Carteles Mexicanos y Maras," which identified the nexus between the Sinaloa Cartel and criminal organizations within Honduras. (In Spanish)
Latin American Program in the News: América Latina, el nuevo campo de batalla económico entre China y EE UUApr 03, 2013
The Wilson Center is mentioned in this article on the economic influence of China in Latin America.
In this op-ed from the Los Angeles Times, Andrew Selee argues that illegal immigration is'nt what it used to be. As Congress debates immigration reform, it is worth taking a look at what's changed.
Latin American Program in the News: Researchers Examine Nurse Migration In North, Central America As Way To Strengthen Health SystemsApr 02, 2013
This article features the new report convened by the Latin American Program at the Wilson Center and the Migration Policy Institute (MPI). The report explores the international phenomenon of nurse migration as well as analyzes the health care sector in the countries involved.
This article analyzes the image of China in Latin America according to a survey presented in the Wilson Center.
Associate Director, Eric L. Olson, weighs in on the U.S.-Mexican revision of the Mérida Initiative.