Adam Isacson

Still trying to understand Latin America, my own country, and why so few consequences are intended. These views are not necessarily my employer’s.

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Latin America-related events in Washington this week

Monday, September 23 9:00–12:30: Inter-American Human Rights Commission hearings on Bolivia, Cuba, Guatemala, Haiti, and Trinidad and Tobago. 1:00–3:00 at Freedom House: Political Persecution in Venezuela: Photo Exhibition + Panel (RSVP required). Tuesday, September 24 9:00–1:45: Inter-American Human Rights Commission hearings on Canada, Peru, the United States, and region-wide migration. 9:30–11:00 at the Wilson Center: […]

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Big Colombia conference tomorrow

We’ve done this every year since 2012: organize a day-long, open-to-the-public event about Colombia. Mostly Colombia-based people, chosen because they’re good explainers, share their on-the-ground knowledge of security challenges, peace efforts, drug policy, and human rights. The next edition is tomorrow, at the National Press Club in downtown Washington. The event announcement is here. Come join […]

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Latin America-related events in Washington this week

Highlighting that Colombia event that we’re putting on all day Wednesday. Tuesday, September 17 9:00–12:00 at the OAS (1889 F St.): “Challenges and Opportunities for Electric Mobility in the Americas” (RSVP required). Wednesday, September 18 9:00–10:00 at the Wilson Center: “Argentina in Crisis: A Conversation with Governor Juan Manuel Urtubey” (RSVP required). 9:00–4:00 at the […]

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Latin America-related events in Washington this week

Tuesday, July 9 11:00-12:30 at AEI: Beyond walls and tariffs: Responding to migration challenges at the US-Mexico border (RSVP required). 3:00 in Room 222, Russell Senate Office Building: Hearing of the Senate Armed Services Emerging Threats and Capabilities Subcommittee on Implementation of the National Defense Strategy in the United States Southern Command Area of Responsibility. […]

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Latin America-related events in Washington this week

Tuesday, June 25 8:30–4:30 at the Wilson Center: Progress at Risk? First Annual Conference on Security, Migration, and Rule of Law in the Northern Triangle of Central America (RSVP required). 3:30–5:00 at WOLA: Risks and Challenges for Asylum Seekers in Mexico (RSVP required). Wednesday, June 26 9:30 in Room 342, Dirksen Senate Office Building: Hearing […]

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Latin America-related events in Washington this week

Tuesday, June 18 1:00–3:00 at WOLA: Cuban Women’s Voices in a Changing Economy and Society (RSVP required). Wednesday, June 19 10:30 in Room 106, Dirksen Senate Office Building: Hearing of the Senate Appropriations Committee on Full Committee Markup of the Emergency Border Supplemental. 12:30–1:30 at the Newseum: Turned Away: No Refuge for People Forced From […]

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Latin America-related events in Washington this week

Monday, June 3 3:30–5:00 at WOLA: New Research on Human Rights Trials in Latin America (RSVP required). Tuesday, June 4 10:00–11:00 at Brookings: How security cooperation advances US interests (RSVP required). 1:00–2:30 at the Wilson Center: Trump, Tariffs, and U.S.-Mexico Relations: Finding a Path Forward (RSVP required). Wednesday, June 5 9:00 in Room 2008, Rayburn […]

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Latin America-related events in Washington this week

Monday, May 6 9:30-11:30 at the Inter-American Dialogue: Is Haiti Back on the Brink? (RSVP required). 10:00-11:30 at the Stimson Center: Growth in Global Arms Transfers and Military Spending (RSVP required). 1:30-2:30 at AEI: The future of US-Colombia relations: A conversation with Colombian Vice President Marta Lucía Ramírez (RSVP required). Wednesday, May 8 10:00 in […]

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Latin America-related events this week in Washington

Monday, April 29 3:00–5:00 at the OAS: Childhood that Counts: The Impact of Drug Policies on Children and Adolescents with Imprisoned Mothers and Fathers in Latin America and the Caribbean. 6:30–7:30 at WOLA: The Monumental Task of Bringing Truth, Justice and Non-Repetition To a Fractured Colombia (RSVP required). Tuesday, April 30 9:00 in Room 2359, […]

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Latin America-related events in Washington this week

Thursday, April 25 8:30–10:30 at the Notre Dame University Keogh School: Venezuela: Humanitarian Crisis and Struggle for Democracy (RSVP required). 9:00 at the Atlantic Council: Venezuela After Maduro: A Vision for the Country’s Future (RSVP required). Friday, April 26 8:30–10:30 at the Inter-American Dialogue: Institutions for Productivity: Towards a Better Business Environment in Latin America […]

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Latin America-related events in Washington this week

Tuesday, April 16, 2019 4:30–6:30 at the Inter-American Dialogue: A Conversation with Lenín Moreno (RSVP required). Thursday, April 18, 2019 3:00–5:30 at the George Washington University Marvin Center: Nicaraguan Women Under Repression (RSVP required).

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Latin America-related events in Washington this week

Monday, April 8 10:00–11:30 at the Wilson Center: Testing the Resilience of Brazil’s Democracy (RSVP required). 1:00–2:30 at the Wilson Center: The Future of Argentina: A Conversation with Sergio Uñac (RSVP required). 3:00 in Room 2172, Rayburn House Office Building: Update: Peace and Victims’ Rights in Colombia. Tuesday, April 9 8:30–5:00 at the U.S. Institute […]

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Latin America-related events in Washington this week

Monday, April 1 2:00–3:00 at the Wilson Center: A Conversation with Congressman Michael McCaul (RSVP required). 3:00–4:30 at WOLA: Violence, Crime, and Governance in Colombia’s Borderlands (RSVP required). Tuesday, April 2 8:30–9:30 at the Wilson Center: Strengthening Counter-Narcotics Cooperation with Mexico and Central America: A Conversation with Senator John Cornyn (RSVP required). Thursday, April 4 […]

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Latin America-related events in Washington this week

Tuesday, March 26 8:30–2:30 at the Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies: Hemispheric Forum: Security in the Western Hemisphere (RSVP required). 10:00 in Room 2172, Rayburn House Office Building: Hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Western Hemisphere, Civilian Security, and Trade Subcommittee on Understanding Odebrecht: Lessons for Combating Corruption in the Americas. 10:00 in Room […]

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