Feb 08, 2015
Cynthia Arnson is quoted in an article regarding the continued erosion of Argentine President Cristina Fernández's image internationally. This article is in Spanish.
Feb 06, 2015
Cynthia Arnson, Director of the Latin American Program, is quoted in an article regarding the role of social media in undermining Argentine President Cristina Fernandez. According to Arnson, "she's acting recently like a person who's become unhinged."
Feb 02, 2015
Eastern European Studies Scholar, Tibor Purger, writes about the challenges faced by the U.S. Ambassador in Hungary and the need for bold dialog.
Feb 02, 2015
This article talks about the panel on the quality of democracy of the III International Forum of Santo Domingo, organized by Idea International. Cynthia Arnson, director of the Latin American Program at the Wilson Center, is quoted from her comments as a panel speaker. This article is in Spanish.
Jan 26, 2015
Cynthia Arnson, Director of the Latin American Program, is quoted in an article regarding the upcoming Argentine presidential elections.
Jan 13, 2015
En la cumbre de La Habana, la más reciente, el Alba festejó sus 10 años, pero no asistieron todos los presidentes.
Jan 09, 2015
"We should expect the Castro regime to fight tooth and nail to prevent media freedom, and it is likely that the regime will intensify measures to derail Radio and TV Martí as the broadcaster informs Cubans about the deepening crisis of the current system," writes A. Ross Johnson and S. Enders Wimbush.
Jan 07, 2015
This week, Presidents Enrique Peña Nieto and Barack Obama meet at the White House. Mexico Institute staff discuss main issues for the bilateral agenda in the upcoming year.
Jan 06, 2015
With Presidents Barack Obama and Enrique Peña Nieto meeting today, January 6, 2015, in Washington, DC, Mexico Institute Director Duncan Wood says it is crucial that the United States and Mexico seize the opportunity to reinvigorate their mutual public security agenda.
Jan 02, 2015
"After four years of the phenomenon once optimistically dubbed the Arab Spring, the changes that have roiled those lands seem to have validated Robert Penn Warren’s quip that history, like nature, rarely jumps–and when it does, it usually jumps backward," writes Aaron David Miller.