News & Analysis SEE MORE Guides A Guide to 2021 Latin American Elections In 2021, nine countries in Latin America hold elections—five of them presidential contests—while reeling from the pandemic's devastating impact. Infographics Chart: Growth, Inflation, and Debt for Top Latin American Economies AS/COA Online looks at these three key indicators as countries in the region seek to get on an economic recovery path. Economics & Finance Hemispheric Updates Timeline: Tracking Latin America's Road to Vaccination AS/COA Online covers major developments and vaccine rollouts as countries strive to reach herd immunity. Health Innovation & Technology Country Argentina Bolivia Brazil Canada Chile Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Guatemala Haiti Honduras Mexico Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Peru Puerto Rico United States Uruguay Venezuela Issue Arts & Culture Asia & Latin America Democracy & Elections Economics & Finance Energy & Commodities Entrepreneurship Environment & Sustainability Foreign Relations Gender & Social Equality Health Immigration Infrastructure Innovation & Technology Rule of Law & Anti-Corruption Security & Defense Trade U.S. Policy AS/COA in the News SEE MORE Press Releases 51st Annual Washington Conference on the Americas: Restoring a Partnership for Sustainable Growth High-level officials from Biden Administration gave exclusive remarks on their Latin American policy. Foreign Relations On the Air Brian Winter en NTN24: La Cumbre sobre cambio climático y América Latina El discurso del Presidente Jair Bolsonaro representó un "cambio de tono", dijo el vicepresidente de AS/COA sobre la cumbre climática. Mexico Brazil Environment & Sustainability In the News Opinion: The United States Can’t Ignore China’s Vaccine Diplomacy in Latin America The United States has a blind spot in recognizing the risk of letting China and Russia take ground in the region, said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to The Washington Post. United States Foreign Relations Health U.S. Policy Press Inquiries email@example.com 1-212-277-8333 Podcasts SEE MORE LatAm in Focus: The Push for Data Protection in Brazil Data protection issues loom large ahead of the country's 2022 elections, explains Rafael Zanatta, who heads Data Privacy Brasil. Brazil Innovation & Technology LatAm in Focus: The Story behind Joaquín Orellana’s Musical Sculptures Co-curators Sebastian Zubieta and Diana Flatto share sounds from The Spine of Music. Guatemala Arts & Culture LatAm in Focus: Voter Fatigue in Ecuador and Peru In both countries, which hold elections on April 11, voters are divided and largely unenthused by traditional politics—but have few alternatives. Ecuador Peru Democracy & Elections Membership AS join COA join YPA join Videos SEE MORE #2021WCA: U.S. Vice President Kamala D. Harris “We will not make significant progress if corruption in the region persists,” said the vice president. U.S. Policy #2021WCA: Welcome and Introduction with Acting Assistant Secretary Julie Chung Julie Chung, acting assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere Affairs, opened the annual conference, alongside AS/COA’s Susan Segal and Eric Farnsworth. U.S. Policy #2021WCA: U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo The pandemic is underscoring the need for the United States to reshore much of its supply chain in critical areas, said the secretary. Trade U.S. Policy Americas Quarterly READ MORE AT AQ REACTION: What Bukele’s Power Grab Means for El Salvador Members of civil society react to Congress' firing of the attorney general and Supreme Court justices. Pedro Castillo and the 500-Year-Old Lima vs Rural Divide A vast, ancient gap in living standards helps explain the presidential frontrunner’s appeal. Could Colombia’s Protests Derail its Basic Income Experiment? The tax reform sparking unrest aims to expand social protections for some Colombians.