We are pleased to announce this year's group of winners of the 2009 Woodrow Wilson Center-Washington Post Fellowship for Latin American Journalists. The fellowship provides an opportunity to conduct three weeks of reporting concerning hemispheric relations on an issue of importance to journalists' home countries, and works as an immersion program in the political culture of the U.S. capital.
This report is a result of a conference held at the Wilson Center on June 20, 2002 to explore the economic, security, and political dimensions of conflict resolution in Colombia.
Latin American Program in the News: Two opposing parties claim win in Honduras presidential election
The conservative ruling party and a leftist coalition both claimed victory in the Honduras presidential election.
The diversity of Latin American trade agreements established since the mid-1980s reflects a broadening range of strategic perceptions and orientations. The argument of this volume is that this increasing divergence among the arrangements reflects fundamental and growing differences among their broader strategic perceptions and political and economic objectives.
Infrastructure Integration and Environmental Preservation in the Amazon,The U.S.–Colombia Free Trade Agreement: A Capitol Hill Conversation, U.S.–Mexico Security Cooperation: The Mérida Initiative and Beyond and more!
Latin American Program in the News: Trade with Asia Protects Latin America from Global Economic Swings
This article provides an overview of the LAP event held on June 20th, 2013, "Reaching Across the Pacific: Latin America and Asia in the New Century."
Latin American Program consultant, Colby Goodman, commented on a new study that has been recently published, which provides new conceptual tools for understanding the phenomenon of arms trafficking and potential approaches to stemming it.