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Report Mar 11, 2022
Exploring humanitarian frameworks for Venezuela
By A report by the Atlantic Council’s Venezuela Working Group
Policy brief led by the Atlantic Council’s Venezuela Working Group (VWG) that seeks to analyze the two existing oil-funded humanitarian proposals on Venezuela, and provide recommendations for future humanitarian proposals’ governance structure, financing mechanisms, transparency controls, political agreements, legal requirements, and multilateral participation to achieve the most optimal possible outcome for the Venezuelan people.
Infographic Mar 3, 2022
What to expect from Mexico’s energy reform bill
Mexico’s Congress is currently debating a proposed amendment to the constitution to allow the state to increase control over the country’s energy market. What can we expect from this energy reform bill?
Report Mar 1, 2022
Financial de-risking in the Caribbean: The US implications and what needs to be done
By Jason Marczak, Wazim Mowla
This report identifies how the withdrawal of correspondent banking relations, otherwise known as de-risking, affects Caribbean economies, people, and US-Caribbean relations.
Report Feb 23, 2022
US-China vaccine diplomacy: Lessons from Latin America and the Caribbean
By María Eugenia Brizuela de Ávila, Bosco Marti, Riyad Insanally and Claudia Trevisan
The implications of diverging COVID-19 responses, notably at the onset of the pandemic’s rise in the region, will reverberate beyond the health sector. What might the differing US and China pandemic approaches portend for future influence in the region?
COVID-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean
The global outbreak of COVID-19 has quickly reached Latin America. As confirmed cases across the region surge, community spreading becomes prevalent and the ability to trace and contain the virus diminishes. What actions are regional governments taking—and what responses may be forthcoming—to address the multi-dimensional challenges created by coronavirus? How do public policies converge or differ in approach? Beyond the individual, country-specific countermeasures, what opportunities exist for regional coordination and cooperation?
In-Depth Research & Reports Apr 21, 2021
2025 Post-Covid Scenarios: Latin America and the Caribbean
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has found that the COVID-19 pandemic has led to the worst economic decline in Latin America and the Caribbean in two hundred years. In addition to its economic toll, the pandemic has had a devastating impact on the region’s society and health systems. Although the region represents just 8 percent […]
Issue briefs and reports Mar 16, 2021
COVID-19 Recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Partnership Strategy for the Biden Administration
By Jason Marczak and Cristina Guevara
The United States has the opportunity to position itself as the most important partner for its neighbors by supporting the region’s sustainable and inclusive recovery.
Issue Brief Dec 4, 2020
Moving Beyond COVID-19: Vaccines and Other Policy Considerations in Latin America
By Pepe Zhang
Parts of Latin America and the Caribbean have become COVID-19 hot spots. With 8 percent of the world’s population, the region accounts for nearly one-third of all COVID-19 infections and deaths as of late November. Although new infections have slowed on a regional level, ongoing second or third pandemic waves across Europe and the United States could be a sign of things to come.
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