Upcoming Dates

09/03/14 to 09/04/14 | Event

The Eighteenth Annual CAF Conference is jointly sponsored by CAF – Development Bank of Latin America, the OAS, and the Inter-American Dialogue.The conference will be a timely forum for debate and discussion of the most important issues and policy choices affecting the hemisphere today.

07/30/14 | Event

Luis CdeBaca, ambassador at large in the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons at the U.S. Department of State, and Mohamed Mattar, senior research professor of international law and...

07/29/14 | Event

Hosted byThe Washington Office on Latin America, Latin America Working Group Education Fund, and United States Institute of Peace,the event will discuss victims' rights and proposals from four victims of different groups, including guerrillas, paramilitaries, and the State. Featuring: Clara...


7/22/14 | News
Despite Opposition, US War Funding Likely To Pass
Republicans and Democrats showed a rare display of bipartisanship last week when members of both parties criticized the Pentagon’s $58.6 billion war budget request, but experts say Congress will likely approve the measure.
7/22/14 | News
¿Tribunal militar del uribismo puede generar impunidad?
Se trata de una reforma constitucional que busca la creación de un tribunal pro témpore que tendrá como función principal la revisión, en única instancia, de las sentencias proferidas por los tribunales ordinarios contra miembros de la Fuerza Pública
7/22/14 | News
Venezuela admits its ever growing dependency from China
With a new portfolio of accords and almost 5.7 billion in loans, Beijing will provide support in many key areas


7/18/14 | Blog
Latin America Week in Review - July 18, 2014

This week the President of Honduras asked for a ‘Plan Colombia’ for his country, the Pentagon trained more Mexican military members and U.S. Southern Command completed its six-week training mission in Belize. Read these stories and other highlights below. 

7/11/14 | Blog
The Week in Review

This week President Obama asked Congress for $3.7 billion to address the humanitarian crisis at the border, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announced a new program to help monitor the his country’s border with Guatemala, and the U.S. trained an elite Honduran police unit set up at its...

7/7/14 | Blog
Latin America Week in Review - July 7, 2014

This past week, the U.S. State Department approved the sale of five Black Hawk helicopters, 2,000 officials at the U.S./Mexico border were investigated for ties to organized crime, and Secretary of State John Kerry met with Central American leaders in Panama for President Juan Carlos Varela’...

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