While the Inter-American Foundation may have lacked the rock-and-roll-star power (and mud) of its fellow 1969 creation, the IAF set the path for development assistance to build civil society, private initiative and democracy in the Americas.
On July 11th, presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden shared his foreign policy plans, geared toward restoring the American democratic vision and its future in the 21st century. Latin America was mentioned, but barely.
Dame Billie Miller and Amb. María Ángela Holguín Cuellar join the second round of the Global Americans High-Level Working Group on Inter-American Relations and Bipartisanship as co-chairs. The second round follows a successful first year of producing bipartisan and cross-regional recommendations for the U.S. and the hemispheric community to improve inter-American relations. New York, NY. […]
Global Americans spoke to Juan Gonzalez, a recognized foreign policy executive with over 15 years of experience in U.S.-Latin America relations and one of the Global Americans 2018 New Generation of Public Intellectuals.