Joins us as Doug Farah, Americas Program senior associate, president of IBI Consultants, and expert on Central America, explains what the U.S. Government's failure to act might mean for unaccompanied Central American children, for the United States, and for the region.
In light of President Park Geun-hye's speech in Dresden, Germany and the growing discussion about the future of the Korean peninsula, the Office of the Korea Chair at Center for Strategic and International Studies will hold a full-day conference featuring senior-level policy and scholarly discussions on the topic of unification.
Featuring a panel discussion highlighting a new CSIS Report:
"Economic Statecraft Redux: Improving the State Department's Effectiveness in International Economic Policy"
Robert A. Pollard (Report Author)
State Department Visiting Fellow, Europe Program
Center for Strategic & International Studies
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.
Featured Remarks by:
Senior Advisor on the BRICS Economies
Development Economics Department
The World Bank
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) will host a select and high-level group of experts and senior policymakers for a two-day conference on “Recent Trends in the South China Sea and U.S. Policy” on July 10 and 11.
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 Project on Prosperity and Development cordially invites you to:
Next Steps in the Trade Facilitation Agenda
Presentation on the Global Express Association (GEA) Customs Capability Gap Analysis:
Carlos Grau Tanner [via video conference]
Director General, GEA
This CSIS event is in celebration of 1964, a year when three significant developments took place in Japan: the country joined the OECD, Tokyo hosted the Olympics, and Japan National Railways launched the Shinkansen bullet train. All three of these events have echoes today. Having entered the club of advanced economies 50 years ago, Japan, like many mature countries, now faces the challenge of restoring economic dynamism. Tokyo will once again host the Olympics in 2020 – could this be the magic “fourth arrow” of Abenomics?