About the Dialogues
In 2013, the Center for Latin American Studies, with the generous support of the Confluence Center for Creative Thinking, presented a series of virtual dialogues with Latin America.
Contributors included CLAS faculty members and experts from other universities and government agencies. Topics ranged from elections in Bolivia and socio-environmental conflicts concerning indigenous Ecuadorian tribes.
Brazilian Political Crisis: What Happened? What Now?
Dialogue from November 2016
Drug Policies in Latin America: From Repression to Regulation
Dialogue from October 2014
Elections in Bolivia: What’s at Stake?
Dialogue from March 2014
Foreign Debt and Human Rights
Dialogue from November 2014
Regional Integration in the Americas - Challenges and Perspectives
Dialogue from December 2013
Social Movements in the Digital Era
Dialogue from April 2015
Social-Environmental Conflicts in Latin America: Lessons from the Yasuni in Ecuador
Dialogue from October 2013