Inter-American Dialogue activities are directed to generating new policy ideas and practical proposals for action, and getting these ideas and proposals to government and private decision makers in local, national, and international organizations. Based in Washington, the Dialogue conducts its work throughout the hemisphere, in close collaboration with institutions in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Canada. The Inter-American Dialogue engages a broad spectrum of policy issues, as well as the challenges of individual countries and subregions. For descriptions of Dialogue projects, please click on the links to the left.
- 5/19/08 Not So Distant Neighbors: The Social Impacts in Latin America and the Caribbean of the US Economic Downturn The Dialogue and the World Bank co-hosted a one day workshop at the World Bank.
- 4/30/08 Discussion with Peruvian Prime Minister Jorge Del Castillo The prime minister addressed Peru''s political fragmentation and the implementation of the US-Peru free trade agreement.
- 4/28/08 President Álvaro Colom Discusses the Challenges That Face Guatemala Guatemala''s president discussed his plans to deal with poverty and security in the country.
- 4/22/08 Slowdown and Financial Turmoil in the US: Risks for Latin America''s Economies Discussion with Brian O''Neill of the US Treasury, Enrique Garcia of the Andean Development Corporation, and Nora Lustig of George Washington University.