January 22, 2010 // 10:00am — 11:30am
The five ambassadors to Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay engaged in a discussion of Latin American domestic politics, foreign policy, and U.S. relations.
January 21, 2010 // 8:00am — 9:30am
At a Latin American Program seminar, Chilean scholar Patricio Navia of New York University discussed the decline of the Concertación coalition, Piñera's and the Alianza's success, and the future political outlook for Chile.
January 15, 2010 // 9:00am — 10:30am
In the first session of a two part series, Wilson Center experts discuss policy challenges surrounding the developing world, including migration, development policy, climate change, and conflict resolution.
December 10, 2009 // 7:45am — 2:30pm
The Latin American Program held a conference to discuss municipal-level efforts to improve citizen security, reduce violent crime, and engage citizens and invigorate civil society participation.
December 08, 2009 // 9:00am — 11:00am
The event sought to examine the status of democratic governance in Honduras in light of the June 28 coup d'état, November presidential elections, and prospects for reconciliation in the post-electoral period.
December 04, 2009 // 8:00am — 9:30am
Two distinguished scholars of contemporary Uruguay's politics and economics interpreted the election results and what they portend for the future of Uruguay.
November 23, 2009 // 8:15am — 4:00pm
The Latin American Program joined with the Mercosur Economic Research Network and the Canada Institute to convene a conference on the impact of the global economic crisis on regional integration plans in the Americas.
November 16, 2009 // 8:15am — 11:30am
A meeting was held to discuss the divergent perspectives within the international community over how best to engage Cuba.
October 27, 2009 // 9:00am — 12:30pm
Citizens throughout Latin America cited crime as the most important problem facing their countries. This has risen over the last decade.
October 08, 2009 // 9:00am — 6:00pm
The Latin American Program hosted a distinguished group of Latin American, U.S., and European scholars to discuss the revival of populism in Latin America and its consequences for the future of democratic governance in the region.