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.
July 20, 2016, Dany Bahar, Adrianna Pita and Harold Trinkunas
June 29, 2016, David R. Mares and Harold Trinkunas
June 2, 2016, Tess Snodgrass and Fred Dews
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Brazil on the Long Road to Global Influence
2016, David R. Mares and Harold Trinkunas
2016, Raquel Bernal, Marcela Eslava, Ugo Paniza and Roberto Rigobón, eds.
2015, Raquel Bernal, Marcela Eslava, Ugo Paniza and Roberto Rigobón, eds.
2015, Raquel Bernal, Marcela Eslava, Ugo Panizza and Roberto Rigobón, eds.
2013, Raquel Bernal, Ugo Panizza, Roberto Rigoban and Rodrigo R. Soares
2013, Diana Villiers Negroponte
Organized Crime and Political Finance in Latin America and Beyond
2013, Kevin Casas-Zamora, ed.
Mexico Confronts the Challenges of Global Competition
2013, Diana Villiers Negroponte, ed.
2012, Andrés Rozental, ed.
Obama and the Americas
2010, Abraham F. Lowenthal, Laurence Whitehead and Ted Piccone, eds.
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The Legacy of Hugo Chávez
Javier Corrales and Michael Penfold
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Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy, Latin America Initiative
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence
Director, Brookings Global – CERES Economic and Social Policy in Latin America Initiative
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development
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