The Minister of Foreign Relations highlighted that the Brazil-U.S. alliance is built for the long run, based on the "objectives for what we want for our nations and our people."
The fact that the United States has experienced challenges to our democracy can actually help us identify with those who have also, said the former U.S. secretary of state.
Experts discussed how regional governments, and a new U.S. administration, can work to halt the sprawling influence of organized crime in pandemic times.
The IMF’s Western Hemisphere director recommended that countries use “targeted and fine-tuned stimulus” to increase support for the most vulnerable populations and industries.
From nearshoring to SME financing, the new IDB president discussed his agenda for the "private-sector led growth" of Latin America's recovery.