Alvaro Santos of Georgetown Law's Center for the Advancement of the Rule of Law in the Americas co-authored the report "Trade, Economy, and Work" (in collaboration with Chris Wilson of the Wilson Center and other experts), which offers policy recommendations for U.S.-Mexican economic relations in…
CLAS Professor Michael Reed-Hurtado published a piece on the 6,402 civilians killed and falsely passed off as combatants by the Colombian military during civil conflicts between 2002 and 2008. The article examines the path forward and the difficulties of obtaining justice for those killed.
Christina Huntzinger, Karolína Kvačková, and David Mauer—all May 2020 graduates of Georgetown's Master of Arts in Latin American Studies program—have published their capstone on digital economy strategy in Colombia with the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation.
Professor Patricia Biermayr-Jenzano shares her research on the effects of obesity in Latin America in a new paper (in Spanish) for the International Food Policy Research Institute. There is concrete evidence of the existence of a significant gender gap, with women being affected in a higher and…
Professor Kevin Healy of the Center for Latin American Studies presented at Tinkuy 2017, an international traditional textile conference held in Cuzco, Peru.
Professor Adam Lifshey of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese was named a recipient of the 2017 Provost’s Distinguished Research Award for his work on Spanish-language literature in West Africa and Southeast Asia.
CLAS, LALP, CAROLA, and LAI collaborated to sponsor an October 2017 conference examining the legacy of NAFTA, the ongoing negotiations, and the agreement’s potential futures.
The GCG Journal studies the effects of globalization on the competitiveness and governability of businesses and countries in Ibero-America.