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Video: Felicia Knaul and Susan Segal Open #womenASCOA Miami

February 22, 2018

Gender diversity is an economic emperative, said the female leaders at AS/COA's annual forum in Miami....

LatAm in Focus: Giving Women the "Right Space to Thrive"

How does the #MeToo movement help expand dialogue about women in the workforce? University of Miami’s Felicia Knaul and AS/COA’s Susan Segal share views from the spheres of public health and finance. ...

Video: Social Media As a Tool of Democracy in Venezuela

February 14, 2018

Watch a discussion between experts from Twitter, Sin Mordaza, and Human Rights Watch on the power of platforms such as Twitter to document human rights violations in the country....

Video: 2018 Elections in Latin America - Americas Quarterly Launch Event

February 13, 2018

AQ brought together an expert panel to discuss issues ranging from Russian meddling to fake news to the market's effects on Latin America's 2018 elections....

Slideshow: Happy Hour with the Obama Foundation's Bernadette Meehan

February 08, 2018

In a conversation in New York, Meehan shared insights on her work in the Foreign Service, her time at the White House during the Obama adminsitration, and more....

LatAm in Focus: Latin America Has One Foot in China's Belt and Road

Now that the region has one foot in the Chinese initiative, the OECD’s Ángel Melguizo explains how the region can be proactive about shaping its ties with Beijing....

Video: Chinese and Russian Sharp Power in the Americas

February 07, 2018

Experts discuss the tools, techniques, and implications of China and Russia's rapidly accelerating efforts in the region....

Video: Outlook on Brazil and Southern Cone Economies

February 06, 2018

Representatives from multilateral organizations, experts, and an ambassador talked about external economic risks for the Southern Cone as well as challenges ahead within the region....

LatAm in Focus: Costa Rican Voters Are "Blowing in the Wind"

After decades of steady bipartisan politics, in 2018, Tico voters keep changing their minds about who they’re going to vote for on February 4, say two University of Costa Rica pollsters....

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