Big Hopes for CELAC, but Little Outcome (At Least for Now)
Big Hopes for CELAC, but Little Outcome (At Least for
The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) held its first summit last week. Will this new coalition make progress in areas the OAS has not?
This analysis was prepared by COHA Research Associate
To read the full analysis, click here.Brasil, Chile y Bolivia: El endeble equilibrio económico-ambiental
Los programas desarrollados en Bolivia, Brasil, y Chile para mejorar la infraestructura han sido recibidos con fuerte resistencia por parte de las poblaciones indigenas. Este conflicto nos lleva a cuestionar el compromiso entre preservar el medio ambiente y el desarrollo urbano.
This analysis was
prepared by COHA Research Associate Sara Bruziches.
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Did Hugo Chavez Derail CELAC Summit?
by Guest Blogger James Bosworth
Christian Science Monitor
James Bosworth is a freelance writer and consultant working on Latin American politics, security, economics, and technology issues. He mainly writes for his blog, Bloggings by Boz, but also writes frequently as a Guest Blogger for the Christian Science Monitor. Mr. Bosworth is based in Managua, Nicaragua, but currently lives in Arlington, Virginia.
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