Latin America Roundtable Series

During the first decade of the twenty-first century, Latin America has shown itself to be a region with strong growth, stable financial markets, varying but quite vibrant democracies, and vital voices in a number of multilateral forums. Yet it still faces formidable challenges, including boosting economic competiveness, deepening socially inclusive democracies, and building state capacity to improve the lives of all 500 million citizens in the region. The Roundtable Series on Latin America looks broadly at the issues facing Latin American and U.S. policymakers in the coming years ahead, including strengthening the rule of law, physical infrastructure and human capacity building, taxation and governments' revenue streams, poverty and inequality, the potential for public-private partnerships, and capitalizing on energy resources across the region.

Meetings

Roundtable Meeting ⁄ New York

Argentina's Economic and Political Future

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Roundtable Meeting

The Future of Brazil's Security Market

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Regionalism in Latin America

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Whats Next for Venezuela?

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Latin America Roundtable Series Fellows

  • Shannon O'Neil Shannon O'Neil

    Nelson and David Rockefeller Senior Fellow for Latin America Studies and Director of the Civil Society, Markets, and Democracy Program