Latin America News
Dec 20, 2006
Download the latest Mexico Institute Policy Bulletin here
Dec 15, 2006
The Brazil Institute announces the launch of its new website, Portal to Brazil.
Dec 15, 2006
American Chamber of Commerce of São Paulo monthly magazine highlights Brazil Institute.
New Latin American Program Special Report Available for Download - Colombia's Peace Processes: Multiple Negotiations, Multiple Actors
Dec 07, 2006
Efforts to bring Colombia's long-runninginternal armed conflict to an end throughpolitical negotiations continued to face majorobstacles in 2006. This document reviews the major events in the peace process between Colombia's three main paramilitary groups (the FARC, the ELN, and the AUC) and the Colombian government.
Nov 01, 2006
"Brazil emerged from [October's] presidential contest deeply divided along social and geographic lines..."
Oct 31, 2006
On October 29, Brazilians re-elected President Luiz Inácio "Lula" da Silva in a runoff election. His policies are credited with helping millions rise from poverty, a key factor in his victory. This article explores Lula's first presidential term and the political landscape leading up to the election.
Oct 23, 2006
The Brazil Institute of the Latin American Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars seeks a spring 2007 semester part-time intern with an interest in, coursework related to, and/or experience working on issues related to Brazil.
Oct 20, 2006
Brazil Institute Special Report 2 Available for Download - Brazil Under Lula and Prospects for the 2006 Elections
Sep 29, 2006
This report provides analysis of Lula's term in office and predictions on Brazil's October 1st Presidential Elections.
Release of "Immigration and America's Future: A New Chapter" report by the Independent Immigration Task Force
Sep 20, 2006
This report is presents the recommendations of the Immigration Task Force, which over the past year has carefully evaluated the economic, social, and demographic factors driving today's large-scale immigration to the United States, legal and illegal. The task force, a bipartisan panel of leaders and experts from key sectors concerned with immigration, was co-chaired by former senator Spencer Abraham (R-MI) and former Rep. Lee H. Hamilton (D-IN)