This report summarizes a conference held in January 2002 to discuss the allegations that the "Triple Frontier" area supports criminal activities such as drug and arms trafficking and harbored the terrorists responsible for the Jewish Community Center bombing in Buenos Aires in 1994.
This document examines the current state of Cuba's foreign trade, the development of international tourism, and Cuba's foreign investments and external finances.
This article analyzes the transmission mechanisms of the global crisis on variables that pertain to Cuban monetary policy.
Guillermo O'Donnell, the foremost Latin American political scientist of the last 50 years and one of the world's leading scholars of comparative politics, passed away this week in his native Argentina.
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.
On Tuesday Authorities captured alleged drug lord Guatemalan Horst Walther Overdick. “His capture is certainly a welcome development, but its impact on drug trafficking in Guatemala or levels of violence overall remains to be seen. In Mexico, the strategy of going after drug kingpins has been one of the factors contributing to the rise in violence,” Director of the Latin America Program Cynthia Arnson told the Associated press. [Original Article in Spanish]