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 online events this week

Monday, December 14

  • 7:00pm at ContraCorriente: Periodismo transnacional: retos y logros (RSVP required).

Tuesday, December 15

  • 8:00–9:00am at csis.org: A Partnership for Taiwan and Latin America: The Creative Economy (RSVP required).
  • 11:00–12:00 at the dialogue.org: Economic Recovery and Rebuilding the Social Fabric in Latin America and the Caribbean (RSVP required).
  • 2:30 at Amnesty USA Zoom: Protecting Asylum-Seekers During COVID-19: How We Can Uphold Human Rights, Safeguard Public Health, and Ensure Humanitarian Support (RSVP required).
  • 3:00–4:15 at thedialogue.org: Rethinking Drug Policy in the Americas (RSVP required).

Wednesday, December 16

  • 11:00–12:00 at the dialogue.org: Ingresos mineros y petroleros, el cambio climático y la recuperación verde (RSVP required).
  • 3:00–4:30 at wola.org: Peru 2021: ¿Quo Vadis? (RSVP required).
  • 5:00 at atlanticcouncil.org: Latin America-China relations in 2021: Opportunities, risks, and recommendations (RSVP required).

A video archive about late 2020 civil-military relations, covering 11 Latin American countries

After a very successful event today, we now have, on WOLA’s YouTube page, four hours of discussions of the current moment with premier experts in civil-military relations from 11 Latin American countries. It’s in two parts: today’s discussion, and an earlier one, with a similar format, hosted in September.

Taken together, they are a tremendous resource for understanding this uneasy, precarious moment in the hemisphere’s politics and democratic transitions (or reversions). Sort of like two focus groups taking the pulse of things, shared with the public.

This is raw video in Spanish, though. Some audiences, like busy policymakers with competing commitments and responsibilities, won’t watch all of it. We need to repackage it, perhaps in a variety of formats. I need to figure out over the holidays how best to do that.

In the meantime, though, here are the event videos, which are really worth your time. In reverse chronological order:

Today’s video (December 11), covering Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, and Peru.
Our September 11 event, covering Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Uruguay.

Video of yesterday’s discussion of coca and eradication in Colombia

That was a great discussion yesterday. As you could see if you “attended,” our partners in Colombia are very concerned about what might happen if the U.S-funded program of aerial glyphosate fumigation returns to Colombia’s coca-growing zones, as the Bogotá government is promising may happen in two months or less.

I’m pleased that several dozen people tuned in to the live event. Here is the video. There’s no translation track, so you have to be comfortable with Spanish.

We’ll keep making noise about this, because it’s bad policy, it’s going to harm people, and even if it temporarily brings the “hectare” number down, it will do so at great cost to social peace and to Colombia’s peace process.

I’m putting on two events this week

I tend to host live events only a few times per year, but for some reason I’m doing two this week. The first was an idea raised by colleagues in Colombia, which was too good to pass up. The second was an idea I developed with a colleague in Uruguay, and I’m honored that every single speaker we invited accepted.

One, on Wednesday, will give an on-the-ground update about coca in Colombia. The other will survey people from six countries about the state of civil-military relations nine months into the pandemic.

Wednesday, December 9: Coca and Eradication Four Years into Colombia’s “Post-Accord” Phase

Four years after the signing of a historic peace accord, hundreds of thousands of Colombian families continue to rely on the coca crop. The government, with U.S. support, has already broken its annual record for forced eradication, during the pandemic, and little of it has been coordinated with food security or rural development assistance. Now, a revival of a controversial aerial herbicide fumigation program is looming.

How are coca cultivating communities responding? How does all of this relate to the peace accord? What might happen if fumigation restarts? What are the costs of eradication, both financially and in terms of rights? Will pursuing the same strategies pursued during the past 30 years really yield a different result? What happened with the peace accords’ crop substitution program? What would a better coca policy look like? How should the new U.S. administration adjust its assistance programs?

WOLA, Elementa, CODHES, the Instituto Pensar of the Universidad Javeriana, the Alianza de Mujeres Tejedoras de Vida, and the Corporación Viso Mutop look forward to addressing these topics on Wednesday, December 9, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (U.S. eastern and Bogotá time).

Event Details:

Wednesday, December 9, 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EST

REGISTER ON ZOOM

Featuring:

  • Marco Romero, CODHES, Bogotá
  • Nancy Sánchez Méndez, Mujeres Tejedoras de Vida, Mocoa, Putumayo
  • Adriana Muro, Elementa DDHH, Colombia-México
  • Adam Isacson, WOLA, Washington D.C.
  • Pedro Arenas, Corporación Viso Mutop, Bogotá

Moderator:

  • Marcela Ceballos, Instituto Pensar, Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá

Simultaneous interpretation will be available.

Friday, December 11 (Spanish only – no budget for interpretation, sorry!): Las relaciones cívico-militares en América Latina después de nueve meses de pandemia

La Oficina en Washington para Asuntos Latinoamericanos (WOLA) cordialmente le invita a un webinario:Aún antes del inicio de la pandemia COVID-19, muchos analistas políticos en América Latina se estaban preocupando por el crecimiento de los papeles internos, y de la influencia política, de las fuerzas armadas de la región. Estos han llegado, en muchos países, a niveles no vistos desde las dictaduras de la época de la Guerra Fría.

Ahora, en gran parte de la región, la pandemia está cambiando las relaciones cívico-militares de manera tan rápida que es difícil monitorear la situación. Las fuerzas armadas siempre son obligadas a participar en el entorno civil en momentos de desastres naturales, pero el COVID-19 es un desastre que afecta cada rincón de los territorios nacionales, sin fecha límite aparente.

WOLA auspiciará una discusión necesaria de los últimos cambios de las relaciones cívico-militares regionales. Escucharemos presentaciones breves de expertos sobre seis países, seguidas por una discusión abierta.

Detalles del evento:

Viernes, 11 de diciembre de 2020, 12:00 p.m – 2:00 p.m. Hora Este de los Estados Unidos (EST – Washington DC, UTC−05:00)

Este webinario se transmitirá en la página de YouTube de WOLA.

Panelistas:

  • Lilian BobeaFitchburg State University, Presentando sobre la República Dominicana
  • Iduvina HernándezSeguridad en Democracia (SEDEM), Presentando sobre Guatemala
  • Francine JácomeInstituto Venezolano de Estudios Sociales y Políticos (INVESP), Presentando sobre Venezuela
  • Leticia SalomónCentro de Documentación de Honduras (CEDOH), Presentando sobre Honduras
  • Ricardo SoberónCentro de Investigación Drogas y Derechos Humanos (CIDDH), Presentando sobre Perú
  • Loreta TelleríaObservatorio de Democracia y Seguridad, Presentando sobre Bolivia

Moderador:

  • Claudio AlonsoExdirector general de política de defensa, Ministerio de la Defensa Nacional de Uruguay

Introducción:

  • Adam IsacsonDirector del programa de veeduría de defensa en WOLA

La discusión se hará en español.

Latin America-related online events this week

Monday, December 7, 2020

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

  • 8:30–10:00 at wilsoncenter.org: Elecciones en pandemia: aprendizajes y desafíos para el 2021 (RSVP required).
  • 9:00–10:15 at thedialogue.org: Chinese Investment in LAC — Post-Pandemic Prospects (RSVP required).
  • 10:00–11:15 at usip.org: How Movements Fight Corruption (RSVP required).
  • 1:00–2:30 at wilsoncenter.org: Gender-Based Violence and Rule of Law: Improving Protections for Women (RSVP required).
  • 1:30–3:00 at wola.org: Coca and Eradication Four Years into Colombia’s “Post-Accord” Phase (RSVP required).
  • 2:00 at foreignaffairs.house.gov: Hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations on International Human Rights and the Closing Civic Space.
  • 2:00 at atlanticcouncil.org: The incoming US administration and the future of supply chains in the Americas (RSVP required).
  • 3:00–4:30 at thedialogue.org: REMDI: Evaluating the impact of the pandemic on early childhood development in Latin America and the Caribbean (RSVP required).

Thursday, December 10, 2020

  • 11:00–12:00 at thedialogue.org: Forward Together: A Conversation with Former Presidents of the Americas (RSVP required).
  • 11:30–1:00 at csis.org: Lessons Learned for Afghanistan from El Salvador’s Peace Process (RSVP required).

Friday, December 11, 2020

  • 9:00–10:30 at wola.org: Afro-Descendant Rights in the Americas: The Perspective of Transnational Activists in the U.S. and the Region (RSVP required).
  • 12:00–2:00 at wola.org: Las relaciones cívico-militares en América Latina después de nueve meses de pandemia (RSVP required).
  • 2:30–4:00 at wola.org: Assessing Venezuela’s National Assembly Elections (RSVP required).

Event December 9: Coca and Eradication Four Years into Colombia’s “Post-Accord” Phase

Colombia has broken its annual record for forced manual coca eradication, and renewed aerial herbicide fumigation looms in 2021.

We’ll be discussing this with some longtime colleagues in Colombia a week from Wednesday: December 9, at 1:30 Eastern. Here’s the text of the event announcement, where you can RSVP. Please share.

(And also — on Friday December 11 I’m putting together a new discussion of COVID-era civil-military relations, covering six countries. Mark your calendar and join for both events if you’re able.)

Four years after the signing of a historic peace accord, hundreds of thousands of Colombian families continue to rely on the coca crop. The government, with U.S. support, has already broken its annual record for forced eradication, during the pandemic, and little of it has been coordinated with food security or rural development assistance. Now, a revival of a controversial aerial herbicide fumigation program is looming.

How are coca cultivating communities responding? How does all of this relate to the peace accord? What might happen if fumigation restarts? What are the costs of eradication, both financially and in terms of rights? Will pursuing the same strategies pursued during the past 30 years really yield a different result? What happened with the peace accords’ crop substitution program? What would a better coca policy look like? How should the new U.S. administration adjust its assistance programs?

WOLA, Elementa, CODHES, the Instituto Pensar of the Universidad Javeriana, the Alianza de Mujeres Tejedoras de Vida, and the Corporación Viso Mutop look forward to addressing these topics on Wednesday, December 9, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (U.S. eastern and Bogotá time).

Event Details:
Wednesday, December 9
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EST

REGISTER ON ZOOM

Featuring:

  • Marco Romero
    CODHES, Bogotá
  • Nancy Sánchez Méndez
    Mujeres Tejedoras de Vida, Mocoa, Putumayo
  • Adriana Muro
    Elementa DDHH, Colombia-México
  • Adam Isacson
    WOLA, Washington D.C.
  • Pedro Arenas
    Corporación Viso Mutop, Bogotá

Moderator:

  • Marcela Ceballos
    Instituto Pensar, Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá

Simultaneous interpretation will be available.

Latin America-related online events this week

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

  • 7:00–8:15am at thedialogue.org: ¿Qué papel puede tener Japón en la recuperación post-Covid-19 de América Latina? (RSVP required).
  • 12:00–1:30 at wilsoncenter.org: La digitalización de las Pymes: Propuestas de solución para la recuperación económica post-COVID (RSVP required).

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

  • 9:00–10:15 at thedialogue.org: Leveraging Japan-LAC Relations Post-Covid-19 (RSVP required).
  • 10:00 at foreignaffairs.house.gov: Hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Committee on The Western Hemisphere Drug Policy Commission: Charting a New Path Forward (link should be posted soon to Committee website).
  • 10:30–11:30 at wilsoncenter.org: US Foreign Aid to the Northern Triangle 2014–2019: Promoting Success by Learning from the Past (RSVP required).
  • 11:00–12:30 at canninghouse.org: Latin American Trade Alliances (RSVP required).
  • 1:00–2:30 at thedialogue.org: Democracy in a Post-Pandemic Latin America (RSVP required).

Thursday, December 3, 2020

  • 11:30–12:45 at wilsoncenter.org: Venezuela’s Assembly Elections (RSVP required).
  • 4:00–5:15 at thedialogue.org: LGBTQ Rights and US Foreign Policy: A Need to Lead (RSVP required).

Friday, December 4, 2020

  • 10:00 at CRIES Zoom: Los actores globales y el (re) descubrimiento de América Latina (RSVP required).
  • 12:00 at phr-org.zoom.us: Family Separation and Reunification Efforts (RSVP required).

December 11 event: Civil-military relations in Latin America after nine months of pandemic

I continue to be very concerned about what COVID-19 is going to mean for the role of militaries in Latin America’s democracies, many of which were already having a hard time consolidating.

We had an event about this in September with experts from five countries, with our friend Claudio Alonso, an Uruguayan defense expert, moderating. (English highlights video here.)

Camilo will be back with us on December 11 at 12:00 noon Eastern for another round of conversations, this time with experts from six different countries. Please join us. The event will be in Spanish. Here’s the “save the date” information from WOLA’s site:

Las relaciones cívico-militares en América Latina después de nueve meses de pandemia

La Oficina en Washington para Asuntos Latinoamericanos (WOLA) cordialmente le invita a un webinario:

WOLA auspiciará una discusión necesaria de los últimos cambios de las relaciones cívico-militares regionales. Escucharemos presentaciones breves de expertos sobre cinco países, seguidas por una discusión abierta.

Detalles del evento:
Viernes, 11 de diciembre de 2020
12:00 p.m – 2:00 p.m.
Hora Este de los Estados Unidos
(EST – Washington DC, UTC−05:00)

Este webinario se transmitirá en la página de YouTube de WOLA.

Panelistas:

  • Lilian Bobea
    Fitchburg State University
    Presentando sobre la República Dominicana
  • Iduvina Hernández
    Seguridad en Democracia (SEDEM)
    Presentando sobre Guatemala
  • Francine Jácome
    Instituto Venezolano de Estudios Sociales y Políticos (INVESP)
    Presentando sobre Venezuela
  • Leticia Salomón
    Centro de Documentación de Honduras (CEDOH)
    Presentando sobre Honduras
  • Ricardo Soberón
    Centro de Investigación Drogas y Derechos Humanos (CIDDH)
    Presentando sobre Perú
  • Loreta Tellería
    Observatorio de Democracia y Seguridad
    Presentando sobre Bolivia

Moderador: 
Claudio Alonso
Exdirector general de política de defensa
Ministerio de la Defensa Nacional de Uruguay

Introducción:
Adam Isacson
Director del programa de veeduría de defensa en WOLA

La discusión se hará en español.

Latin America-related online events this week

Monday, November 23

  • 9:00-10:30 at Zoom: Segundo Congreso de la Red Latinoamericana de Seguridad Incluyente y Sostenible “Desafíos de la Seguridad en Tiempos de Crisis Múltiples” (RSVP required).
  • 12:00-1:30 at Facebook Live: Conversatorio: La verdad es un acto de justicia.
  • 1:00-2:00 at wilsoncenter.org: DOJ’s Role in Fighting Corruption, Drug Trafficking and Money Laundering in Latin America (RSVP required).
  • 1:30-3:00 at Zoom: Segundo Congreso de la Red Latinoamericana de Seguridad Incluyente y Sostenible “Desafíos de la Seguridad en Tiempos de Crisis Múltiples” (RSVP required).
  • 5:00 at atlanticcouncil.org: Latin America and the Caribbean’s COVID-19 recovery: A conversation with IDB President Mauricio Claver-Carone (RSVP required).
  • 6:30-7:30 at gwu.edu: The Future of US-Latin American Relations Under the Biden Administration (RSVP required).

Tuesday, November 24

  • 9:00-10:30 at Zoom: Segundo Congreso de la Red Latinoamericana de Seguridad Incluyente y Sostenible “Desafíos de la Seguridad en Tiempos de Crisis Múltiples” (RSVP required).
  • 9:00-10:30 at wilsoncenter.org: Brazil, No Longer the Country of Impunity? The Lessons of Operation Car Wash (RSVP required).
  • 11:00 at Zoom: Deadly Trade: How European and Israeli weapons exports are accelerating violence in Mexico (RSVP required).
  • 1:00-2:15 at brookings.edu: The Biden presidency and the future of America’s ‘forever wars’ (RSVP required).
  • 3:00 at atlanticcouncil.org: Thriving amid COVID-19: Illicit trade in Latin America and the Caribbean (RSVP required).
  • 5:00 at Zoom: Participación Política de Mujeres Afrodescendientes en América Latina y el Caribe: Retos y Oportunidades (RSVP required).
  • 4:00-5:30 at Zoom: Segundo Congreso de la Red Latinoamericana de Seguridad Incluyente y Sostenible “Desafíos de la Seguridad en Tiempos de Crisis Múltiples” (RSVP required).

Wednesday, November 25

  • 9:00-10:30 at Zoom: Segundo Congreso de la Red Latinoamericana de Seguridad Incluyente y Sostenible “Desafíos de la Seguridad en Tiempos de Crisis Múltiples” (RSVP required).
  • 11:00 at Zoom: Coca and Capitalism in Cauca (RSVP required).
  • 2:00 at Zoom: Los Golpistas, la Democracia y los Jóvenes que la Podrían Salvar (RSVP required).
  • 3:00-4:30 at Zoom: Segundo Congreso de la Red Latinoamericana de Seguridad Incluyente y Sostenible “Desafíos de la Seguridad en Tiempos de Crisis Múltiples” (RSVP required).

Thursday, November 26

  • 9:00-10:30 at Zoom: Segundo Congreso de la Red Latinoamericana de Seguridad Incluyente y Sostenible “Desafíos de la Seguridad en Tiempos de Crisis Múltiples” (RSVP required).
  • 4:00-5:30 at Zoom: Segundo Congreso de la Red Latinoamericana de Seguridad Incluyente y Sostenible “Desafíos de la Seguridad en Tiempos de Crisis Múltiples” (RSVP required).
  • 8:00PM at Facebook Live and YouTube: Las Violencias del Racismo.

Friday, November 27

Latin America-related online events this week

Monday, November 16

  • 1:30 at migrationpolicy.org: Mission Critical: The Evolution of U.S. Homeland Security in the 21st Century (RSVP required).
  • 1:30 at Zoom: Legislative Effectiveness in Latin America (RSVP required).
  • 3:00–5:00 at immigrationforum.org: Leading the Way: An American Approach to Immigration (RSVP required).

Tuesday, November 17

  • 12:30–2:00 at refugeesinternational.org: Voices from the Border: Detention and the Need for Humane Alternatives (RSVP required).
  • 2:30–4:00 at wilsoncenter.org: What Does the World Expect of President-elect Joe Biden? (RSVP required).
  • 3:00–5:00 at immigrationforum.org: Leading the Way: An American Approach to Immigration (RSVP required).
  • 5:30–7:30 at clacs.nyu.edu: Bolivia’s Electoral Victory: What challenges lie ahead for MAS? (RSVP required).

Wednesday, November 18

Thursday, November 19

  • 10:00–11:30 at wola.org: Evaluating U.S. Sanctions Policy Towards Venezuela (RSVP required).
  • 11:00–12:00 at thedialogue.org: A Conversation with Iván Duque Marquéz (RSVP required).
  • 1:00–2:00 at wola.org: Race and Policing in the Time of COVID in Latin America (RSVP required).
  • 3:00–5:00 at immigrationforum.org: Leading the Way: An American Approach to Immigration (RSVP required).
  • 5:30–7:30 at urosario.edu.co: Peacebuilding amid Persistence of Violence (RSVP required).
  • 6:00 at wola.org: The Three Rs: Realize, Recognize, & Reconciliation—A Panel about Environmental Justice and Colonization (RSVP required).

Friday, November 20

Saturday, November 21

  • 11:00–12:30 at urosario.edu.co: Peacebuilding amid Persistence of Violence (RSVP required).
  • 2:00–5:00 at urosario.edu.co: Peacebuilding amid Persistence of Violence (RSVP required).

Latin America-related online events this week

Monday, November 9

  • 2:00 at ucis.pitt.edu: Populism in the Americas (RSVP required).
  • 4:00 at atlanticcouncil.org: The future of US-Ecuador relations: A post-election perspective with Foreign Relations Minister Luis Gallegos (RSVP required).

Tuesday, November 10

  • 4:00 at atlanticcouncil.org: Ciclo eleitoral Estados Unidos e Brasil: O impacto das eleições de 2020 para o Brasil (RSVP required).

Wednesday, November 11

  • 5:00 at webex: Elecciones en EEUU: Implicaciones para Colombia y la Política de Drogas (RSVP required).

Latin America-related online events this week

(Not a lot this week. U.S. elections are a bit of a distraction.)

Monday, November 2, 2020

  • 2:00-2:45 at wilsoncenter.org: Elections in the Time of COVID-19: Brazilian Edition (RSVP required).

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

  • 2:00-3:00 at thedialogue.org: Innovating Healthcare in Latin America and the Caribbean (RSVP required).

Thursday, November 5, 2020

Friday, November 6, 2020

Latin America-related online events this week

Monday, October 26

  • 9:30-10:30 at wilsoncenter.org: Going Virtual: Increasing Access to Justice in Latin America (RSVP required).

Tuesday, October 27

  • 10:00-11:00 at wola.org: Two Years into the Iván Duque Administration (RSVP required).
  • 11:00-12:00 at thedialogue.org: Anatomy of MS-13 – Policy Implications for El Salvador and the US (RSVP required).
  • 4:00 at migrationpolicy.org: Un Diálogo con Miembros de Coalición por Venezuela (RSVP required).

Wednesday, October 28

  • 12:30-2:00 at wilsoncenter.org: Lobbying and Corruption in Democratic Brazil (RSVP required).
  • 2:00 at lai.su.se: Latin America and the US Election (RSVP required).
  • 2:00-3:00 at wola.org: Delusions of Grandeur: Bolsonaro and Trump’s Alcântara Deal and its Impact on Afro-Brazilian Communities (RSVP required).
  • 3:00 at atlanticcouncil.org: 2020 road to the White House: Why Latin America and the Latino vote matter (RSVP required).
  • 6:00-7:00 at gwu.edu: Facing Violence in Caracas: What Can We Do? (RSVP required).

Thursday, October 29

  • 3:30 at atlanticcouncil.org: The future of Colombia’s shale development (RSVP required).

Friday, October 30

  • 10:00-12:00 at pbiusa.org: Police violence has no borders: Human rights, land defense and police impunity (RSVP required).
  • 10:30-11:30 at wilsoncenter.org: A Conversation with President Luis Abinader of the Dominican Republic (RSVP required).

Latin America-related online events this week

Monday, October 5

  • 9:00-5:30 at Zoom: Public hearings of the Inter-American Human Rights Commission’s 177th sessions (RSVP required).
  • 12:00-1:00 at as-coa.org: A Conversation with U.S. Southern Command’s Admiral Craig Faller and Ambassador Jean Manes (RSVP required).
  • 2:00 at atlanticcouncil.org: US-Brazil commercial relations: A deep dive into state-level economic engagement (RSVP required).
  • 3:00-4:30 at brookings.edu: Maras, migrants, and Mexico: Policy issues for the next US administration (RSVP required).

Tuesday, October 6

  • 9:00-3:30 at thedialogue.org: Fourth Annual Latin America Energy Conference: Upheaval and Opportunity (RSVP required).
  • 9:00-5:30 at Zoom: Public hearings of the Inter-American Human Rights Commission’s 177th sessions (RSVP required).
  • 3:30-5:00 at wilsoncenter.org: Trump or Biden: What Will it Mean for Brazil and Bolsonaro? (RSVP required).

Wednesday, October 7

  • 9:00-5:30 at Zoom: Public hearings of the Inter-American Human Rights Commission’s 177th sessions (RSVP required).
  • 11:30-12:30 at thedialogue.org: Towards Quality Early Childhood Education – Results of the Regional Forum (RSVP required).
  • 1:00-2:30 at wilsoncenter.org: Freedom of Expression & the Press under the AMLO Administration (RSVP required).
  • 2:00 at atlanticcouncil.org: Maduro and Iran: Hezbollah, oil, and illicit networks propping the Venezuelan regime (RSVP required).

Thursday, October 8

  • 9:00-5:30 at Zoom: Public hearings of the Inter-American Human Rights Commission’s 177th sessions (RSVP required).
  • 12:30 at Zoom: Defender la vida más allá de la Pandemia (RSVP required).
  • 2:00-3:00 at wilsoncenter.org: Freedoms at Risk in El Salvador? (RSVP required).
  • 6:00 at ausm.community: Virtual speaking tour: Sergio Pacheco – Tlanezi Calli (RSVP required).
  • 6:00-8:00 at CLACS/NACLA Zoom: ¿Una Nueva Crisis? Reflecting upon MAS’ legacy and the Future of Bolivia (RSVP required).

Friday, October 9

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