Read MoreU.S. executive action can help fuel Cuba’s private sector, write AS/COA’s Christopher Sabatini and Alana Tummino for The Hill’s Congress Blog. ... Read MoreImmigrants are not only less likely to commit violent crimes, but their arrival in U.S. communities has led to lower crime rates and safer streets. ... Read MoreThis portal showcases AS/COA’s research and activities focused on the evolving North American relationship. ... Read MoreLearn about this landmark legislation passed by the Chamber of Deputies on March 25. ...
May 06, 2014
Council of the Americas hosts senior-level officials at the U.S. State Department on May 7.
The president of Colombia's National Development Finance Agency explained the reasoning behind the largest infrastructure plan in the country’s history.
For the first time ever, award-winning Chilean author Isabel Allende joined Americas Society for an interview and discussion of her latest novels. ... Play Video
COA's Eric Farnsworth joins CCTV for a look at the first round of talks between President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition. ... Play Video
Experts explained findings from AS/COA's new report and explained how immigrants helped raise housing values and reduce crime in New York City. ... Play Video
Watch highlights from the 2013 Washington Conference and learn about this year's conference on May 7. ... Play Video