This energy news briefing features the event "Turn Down the Heat: Confronting the New Climate Normal" hosted by the Latin American Program in collaboration with the World Bank.
National Journal's news roundup features the discussion "Turn Down the Heat: Confronting the New Climate Normal" co-sponsored by the World Bank and Latin American Program,
Program Director Cynthia Arnson is quoted on the peace talks between the Colombia government and the FARC.
Event Report: Side Event to the 56th Regular Session of CICAD - New Approaches to Drug Law Enforcement and Responses to Organized CrimeNov 30, 2014
Reports and materials from the November 18, 2014 Side Event to the 56th Regular Session of CICAD - New Approaches to Drug Law Enforcement and Responses to Organized Crime held in Guatemala. Co-sponsored by IEPADES.
Associate Program Director Eric Olson is quoted in this article about Mexico's chronic problems with organized crime and proposed justice reforms.
In this New York Times article, Latin American program director Cynthia Arnson discusses negotiation tactics that could be useful this holiday season.
This article about the capture of a Colombian military general by FARC rebels quotes Latin American Program Director Cynthia Arnson on the Colombian peace talks.
This article discusses Fundesa's proposal to adopt strategies in Guatemala, modeled after those implemented in New York under Mayor Giuliani, to reduce crime and violence. A reference is made to the Wilson Center and a conference paper for the Latin American Program. This article is in Spanish.
In this article, Latin American Program Global Fellow Jorge Heine discusses the recent APEC summit and Chilean-Chinese relations. This article is in Spanish.
When it comes to falling oil prices, good news at the pump could be very bad news when it comes to geopolitics. Many oil exporting nations could be facing fiscal and political calamity if prices were to drop and remain at levels lower than $100 per barrel. A panel of topic and regional experts discussed the situation during a recent Wilson Center event. That’s the focus of this edition of REWIND.