Latin America and the Caribbean have recently undergone major political, economic and social transformations. Although they have shown remarkable resilience in weathering the global financial crisis, the region faces some very significant development and economic challenges. Brookings experts are examining the challenges and opportunities present within the nations in this region.
May 29, 2015, Elizabeth Ferris and Sarah Deardorff Miller
April 20, 2015
April 15, 2015, Ted Piccone
U.S. Foreign Policy
May 2015, Guy Edwards, Timmons Roberts, Monica Araya and Cristián Retamal
2015, Raquel Bernal, Marcela Eslava, Ugo Panizza and Roberto Rigobón, eds.
April 2015, Vanda Felbab-Brown and Harold Trinkunas
Paper | Latin America and Caribbean Center | Florida International University
April 2015, Ted Piccone
March 2015, Richard Feinberg, Emily Miller and Harold Trinkunas
February 10, 2015, Michael Penfold and Harold Trinkunas
Article | The New Yorker
February 6, 2015, Evan Osnos
Article | Americas Quarterly
Winter 2015, Harold Trinkunas
January 28, 2015, Harold Trinkunas
January 12, 2015, Elizabeth Ferris
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Javier Corrales and Michael Penfold
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