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The State of Democracy in Latin America

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Hart Program Series

Mounting authoritarianism, populism, and inequalities exposed by COVID-19 are raising alarms about democracy backsliding in Latin America. Further highlighted by challenges with vaccine distribution and economic recovery, the social and material inequalities in the region have been exacerbated by political upheavals. The Council convened an expert panel as part of the Hart Program Series on Latin America to discuss the state of democracy in Latin America.

Protestors in Bolivia holding up sign that reads "Democracia si, Dictadura, no"
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Mexico-US Ties Under the Biden Administration

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Hart Program Series

Mexico’s lead official on North American relations joins the Council for its inaugural program in the Hart Program Series on Latin America.

President Biden listens during virtual meeting with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador from the White House
Reuters

USMCA and Economic Relations

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This members-only conversation with Mexico's Vice Minister of Foreign Trade and Consul General examines the trade agreement that is reshaping the economic relationship in North America.

U.S. President Trump and Mexico’s President Lopez Obrador make joint statements before dinner at the White House in Washington
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United States Immigration and Border Policy in 2019

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Immigration experts Michelle Brané and Randy Capps explored what is taking place in Latin American countries, at the US-Mexican border, and with individuals once they arrive in the United States.

People wait in line at the US-Mexico border.
Reuters