The Latin American Program launched a series of activities in Washington to inform the policy community about the crisis in Argentina. Three conferences including government officials, journalists, and scholars from both the United States and Argentina addressed issues including Argentina's export strategy, banking crisis, and foreign policy. Each produced a bulletin.
"Argentina: Finance and the Future" focused on the causes of Argentina's banking crisis and possible strategies for resolving it.

Conference participants included: Dr Mario Blejer, former governor, Argentine Central Bank; Paul Blustetein, staff writter, The Washington Post; Joseph S. Tulchin, director, Latin America Program, Woodrow Wilson Center; and Kent H. Hughes, director, Proyect on America and Global Economy, Woodrow Wilson Center.