OAS Roundtable to Discuss Contribution of Academics to the Design of Public Policies on International RelationsNov 05, 2014
Cynthia Arnson Director of the Latin American Program moderated a panel discussion at the 62nd Policy Roundtable of the Organization of American States. The discussion focused on recommendations drawn from the book by Public Policy Scholar Abraham F. Lowenthal and Mariano E. Bertucci on the dynamics between academics and public policy makers in the area of international relations.
The Director of the Latin American Program, Cynthia Arnson, is quoted in this article about the U.S. midterm elections and how they may impact foreign relations. This article is in Spanish.
This article about State Department Counselor Tom Shannon's trip to the Northern Triangle references the Latin American Program's October 30th event on crime prevention in Central America. This article is in Spanish.
The Latin American Program's Global Fellow Juan Carlos Garzón co-authors this article on violence in Mexico. This article is in Spanish.
In this news publication for the Inter-American Dialogue, Cynthia Arnson shares her thoughts on the OAS Secretary General race.
This article provides a concise summary of the new report "La explosión de la inversión exterior Latinoamericana: tendencias y evolución reciente de las multilatinas" from the Latin American Program.
El Guatemalteco Eduardo Stein promete enderezar el “desmadre” en la OEA si llega a secretario generalOct 19, 2014
This article highlights key points of The Honorable Eduardo Stein Barillas' discussion on the future of the OAS at the Latin American Program event "The OAS Leadership Transition." This article is in Spanish.
Eric Olson, Associate Director of the Latin American Program, is quoted on Venezuela’s new position on the U.N. Security Council. This article is in Italian.
Director of the Latin American Program Cynthia Arnson is quoted on Venezuela’s new position on the U.N. Security Council. This article is in Spanish.
In this article about Venezuela securing a seat on the U.N. Security Council, quotes Latin America Program Associate Director Eric Olson.