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1. The Impact of Populist Executive on the Inflow of Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America

2. The Impacts of the Russo-Ukranian War on Latin America in the Age of Strategic Competition

3. A post-Western global order in the making? Foreign policy goals of India, Turkey, Brazil and South Africa

4. Mexico’s domestic decay: Implications for the United States and Europe

5. When Interventions Fail: Lessons from the U.S. Experience in Latin America

6. Emerging Powers and Peacebuilding Financing: Recommendations for Finding Common Ground

7. Byting back: The EU’s digital alliance with Latin America and the Caribbean

8. Policy Journal by Women of Color: WCAPS Pipeline Fellows Publication

9. Beyond Border Security, Keeping Pace with Migrants, Refugees, and Climate Change

10. Policy Papers by Women of Color: Young Ambassadors Journal of Global Affairs

11. Digital Divide in Latin America and Opportunities for South Korea-Spain Cooperation

12. Income and Consumption Inequality in Latin American Countries

13. The future of immunization financing in Latin America and the Caribbean

14. Mapping the “Women, Peace and Security” agenda in Latin America: a comparison of the UN’s National Action Plans

15. Implementing the Peace Agreement in Colombia: Challenges for peacebuilding and reconciliation

16. Digital Equity as an Enabling Platform for Equality and Inclusion

17. Addressing instability in Central America: Restrictions on civil liberties, violence, and climate change

18. Generational Dynamics of Economic Crisis and Recovery: Prospects for Younger and Older Persons

19. The Effects of US-China Rivalry on Latin America and Their Implications

20. An Overlooked Source of Chinese Influence in Latin America

21. Starting Young to Prevent Violence Against Women

22. Las mujeres y la construcción de paz: recomendaciones para la Comisión de Esclarecimiento de la Verdad en el proceso de inclusión de la perspectiva de género en el Caribe colombiano

23. ¿Cómo identificar hechos metropolitanos? Una aproximación para Bogotá y Medellín

24. Truth and justice initiatives in non-transitional contexts: experiences from Latin America

25. Coronavirus, Mining and Latin America: A Baseless “Race to the Bottom”

26. COVID-19’s reality shock for external-funding dependent emerging economies

27. COVID-19 Impact on the Policy Brief Value Chain in Latin America

28. Darkness at noon: deforestation in the new authoritarian era

29. Belt and Road in Latin America: A regional game changer?

30. Latin America's Evolving Migration Crisis: Venezuelans flee accelerating collapse

31. They Are (Still) Refugees: People Continue to Flee Violence in Latin American Countries

32. Repensando la gobernanza y el desarrollo económico local desde Colombia: Informalidad, élites y diversidad

33. Enhancing Peacekeeping Training Through Cooperation

34. The Brazilian model of Investment Agreements and Socio-environmental Safeguards

35. The Billionaire at the Centre of the Largest Corruption Scandal in Latin America

36. International Peace Mediation and Gender: Bridging the Divide

37. Engagement and Pragmatism: Towards an Enduring Canadian Strategy in Latin America

38. Increasing Access to Medicines: Leveraging Brazil’s Experience

39. : From Rapid Recovery to Slowdown: Why Recent Economic Growth in Latin America Has Been Slow

40. Do Public Development Banks Hurt Growth? Evidence from Brazil

41. Eco-Competitiveness and Eco-Efficiency: Carbon Neutrality in Latin America

42. Beyond Haiti: Enhancing Latin American Military and Police Contributions to UN Peacekeeping

43. Smallholders at Risk: Monoculture expansion, land, food and livelihoods in Latin America

44. Fiscal Justice to Reduce Inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean

45. Understanding Differences in Growth Performance in Latin America and Developing Countries between the Asian and Global Financial Crises

46. The rise of FDI income, and what it means for the balance of payments of developing countries

47. Reforming National Oil Companies: Nine Recommendations

48. Colombia, the peace process and the political participation of the armed groups

49. Brazil in the South Atlantic: growing protagonism and unintended consequences

50. Poland and Spain: How to Cooperate in a Europe in Flux

51. Honduras under siege

52. Implementation of the Santiago Principles for Sovereign Wealth Funds: A Progress Report

53. Achieving Development Success: Strategies and Lessons from the Developing World

54. African Union Transitional Justice Policy Framework in Practice: Implementing Accountability Measures

55. Brazil as an Emerging Environmental Donor

56. Is Chinese FDI pushing Latin America into natural resources?

57. Sustainable Development Goals – a useful outcome from Rio+20?

58. Political Unrest in Venezuela

59. Korea, Colombia, Panama: Pending Trade Accords Offer Economic and Strategic Gains for the United States

60. The ABCs of the General Capital Increase (ABCs of IFIs Brief)

61. Retooling U.S. Policy For Peace In Colombia

62. Analyzing Post-Conflict Justice and Islamic Law

63. Time for a Peace Paradigm in Colombia

64. Earthquake Olympics

65. Hydrocarbons in the Amazon: Awakening Old Inequalities

66. Billions More for International Institutions? The ABCs of the General Capital Increases (GCI)

67. Cocaine and Instability in Africa: Lessons from Latin America and the Caribbean

68. Improving Security Policy in Colombia

69. The East Asian Loophole in Iran Sanctions: Encouraging Compliance by Our Allies and China

70. Mining for facts: PacRim Cayman LLC v. El Salvador

71. Thinking twice about a gold rush: Pacific Rim v El Salvador

72. How BRIC MNEs deal with international political risk

73. Cautious Optimism for Peace in Colombia

74. Can Asia Learn from Brazil's Agricultural Success?

75. Five Surprises of the Great Recession

76. Why Didn't the Global Economic and Financial Crisis Have More of an Impact on International Migration?

77. Did the Mexican Revolution Change the Privilees of The Elite or Not? The Relationship between the Government and the Media

78. African Diaspora Organizations and Homeland Development: The case of Somali and Ghanaian associations in Denmark

79. The Virtuous Twins: Protecting Human Rights and Improving Security in Colombia

80. The growth of Brazil's direct investment abroad and the challenges it faces

81. Outward investment by Trans-Latin enterprises: reasons for optimism

82. Outward investment by Trans-Latin enterprises: reasons for optimism

83. Land grab or development opportunity? International farmland deals in Africa

84. Growing Pains in Latin America: An Economic Growth Framework as Applied to Brazil, Costa Rica, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru

85. The Summitry of Small States: Towards the "Caribbean Summit"

86. What Happened to the Seasons? Changing seasonality may be one of the major impacts of climate change

87. Comparing the Effectiveness of Accountability Mechanisms in Eastern Europe and Latin America

88. Bolivia: Climate change, poverty and adaptation

89. Venezuela: Accelerating the Bolivarian Revolution

90. The Human Rights Regime in the Americas

91. Bolivia: Rescuing the New Constitution and Democratic Stability -- Latin America Briefing N°18

92. Can Raúl Castro Revive Cuba's Private Sector?

93. Country Economic Forecasts: Brazil

94. How irresponsible arms transfers undermine development goals

95. Colombia's Crossroads: The FARC and the Future of the Hostages

96. Iran Feels the Heat: International Pressure Emboldens Tehran's Domestic Critics

97. Regional Integration After the Collapse of the FTAA

98. Timely Demise for Free Trade Area of the Americas

99. Dark Armies, Secret Bases, and Rummy, Oh My!

100. The Iglesias Legacy and the IDB's Future