- Sep 15, 2014
Please join us for an important discussion with senior naval leadership from three leading NATO countries as they discuss transatlantic naval cooperation and Alliance maritime challenges. From the Baltic and Mediterranean Seas to the South China Sea, how do nations confront these challenges at a time when national defense budgets are shrinking and operational demands are increasing? How do new operational requirements, like an increasingly ice-free Arctic Ocean, factor into maritime strategies? Following the outcomes of the recent NATO Summit, our three speakers will address how a network of navies works together to address current and future maritime security challenges.
- Sep 12, 2014
In early July, President Obama submitted a supplemental request of $3.7 billion in emergency funding from the U.S. Congress to deal with the recent influx of unaccompanied Central American children illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. A stop-gap measure, the request faltered in Congress, subject to both criticism on both sides of the aisle.
- Statesmen's Forum: A Conversation with Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández and Guatemalan President Otto Pérez MolinaJul 24, 2014
As unprecedented numbers of unaccompanied children, mainly from Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala, continue attempting to cross from Mexico into the United States, it is more important than ever that policy- and opinion-makers be well informed about the spiraling crisis.
- Jul 18, 2014
During the 2010 Nuclear Security Summit, Japan, China, and South Korea committed to establishing Centers of Excellence (COEs) aimed at training professionals in nuclear security and improving physical protection of nuclear materials. With growing demand for nuclear energy in Asia, these COEs have an increased stake in improving national nuclear governance and potentially providing venues
- Jul 17, 2014
Last week, President Obama formally requested $3.7 billion in emergency funding from the U.S. Congress to deal with the recent influx of Central American children illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.
- Jul 16, 2014
Featured Remarks by:
Senior Advisor on the BRICS Economies
Development Economics Department
The World Bank
CSIS Americas Program
- Jul 9, 2014
For hundreds of years, Spain has shared close political and economic ties with Latin America. With the vast shared history and culture, the country is, in many ways, inextricably linked to its counterparts here in the Western Hemisphere, traditionally taking a dominant role in its ties to the region.
- Jul 7, 2014
The CSIS Energy and National Security and Americas Programs hosted Jesus Reyes Heroles, Executive President of EnergeA, Pedro Haas, Director of Advisory Services at Hetco, and Ed Morse, Head of Commodities Research at Citigroup, to discuss the recently introduced reforms to the Mexican Oil and Gas sector, the likely path forward, the i
- Jun 23, 2014
Global excitement, anticipation, and pride are mounting with the 2014 World Cup underway in Brazil this week. But the significance of soccer (or football, the world over) and sport go well beyond the stadiums. Around the world, it is being used as a unique and flexible tool to promote multiple aspects of youth development, girls empowerment, and peace.
- Jun 18, 2014
Over the past two decades, Brazil has become an important part of the global community. Brazil's new role is in large part thanks to the commitment to fundamental principles of economic, civil, and political rights enshrined in its constitution.