Featured Remarks by:
Senior Advisor on the BRICS Economies
Development Economics Department
The World Bank
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.
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
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.
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.
The Americas Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies is pleased to invite you to a luncheon featuring Alejandro Werner, Director of the International Monetary Fund’s Western Hemisphere Department, on Tuesday, June 17 for a presentation of the IMF’s latest Regional Economic Outlook for Latin America and the C
On June 15, Colombia's runoff presidential elections will take place, determining whether incumbent Juan Manuel Santos or current front-runner Óscar Iván Zuluaga will lead the country. Join us for a timely discussion of what the election's results will mean for Colombia, for the ongoing peace process, and for the country's trajectory moving forward.
The CSIS Americas Program is sorry to announce that next week's event, "A Conversation with H.E. Nathalie Cely Suárez, Ambassador of Ecuador to the United States," has been postponed until later this summer due to a scheduling conflict on our end. We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to seeing you at the next Americas Program event.
Featuring Remarks By:
Center for the Study of Public Opinion
University of Chile
CSIS Americas Program
Join us for a discussion with Miriam Luisa Leiva Viamonte, a Cuban human rights activist and independent journalist. After a career in the Cuban government, Miriam began her work in journalism, focusing on the freedom of the press and political dissent in Cuba. She will discuss her views on recent changes in Cuba, the island's role in the Western Hemisphere, and the trajectory of U.S.-Cuba relations.