Ambassador Roger Noriega discusses the implications and impact of the president’s visit to Cuba on PBS News Hour
Felipe Trigos habló sobre la visita del presidente Obama a Cuba
Testimony by Ambassador Roger Noriega before House Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing on Latin America in 2015: A Year in Review
Jose Cardenas discusses Cuba's problematic ties abroad at the Center for Security Policy’s 4th Annual Latin America Symposium
Roger Noriega discute las elecciones en Venezuela con Andrés Oppenheimer
Felipe Trigos participa en un debate sobre la posible extradición de Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán
Felipe Trigos habla sobre la fuga de Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán
U.S. & Cuba reach historic deal: Noriega on Fox News’ ‘Happening Now’
Subcommittee Chairman Duncan Opening Statement at Hearing on Colombia and FARC
Subcommittee Chairman Duncan Questions Witnesses at Hearing on Colombia and FARC
Subcommittee Chairman Duncan Questions Witnesses at Hearing on Future of Property Rights in Cuba
Rosa María Payá encara al Secretario General de la OEA
Roger Noriega: "EE.UU. tiene "pruebas" contra funcionarios venezolanos por lavado de dinero y narcotráfico"
Senator Menendez Asks Administration Witness Questions About Cuba Policy
The Future of US Defense Cooperation in Latin America
Subcommittee Chairman Duncan Questions Witnesses at Hearing on Central America Migration Crisis
Felipe Trigos participa en un debate sobre los 2 años de gobierno de Nicolás Maduro
UNDERSTANDING AND ADDRESSING THE ROOT CAUSES OF CENTRAL AMERICAN MIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES
During the last several decades, the United States has invested billions of dollars in trying to help the governments of Latin America and the Caribbean deliver better lives for their citizens. This has meant helping them increase internal security by combating the illicit growing and trafficking in narcotics and the activities of terrorist groups, as well as helping them to shore up their democratic and free market institutions.
Unfortunately, in recent years, continued progress in these areas has been threatened, not least by the elections of radical populist governments in Venezuela, Bolivia, and Ecuador. These governments have instituted retrograde agendas that include the propagation of class warfare, state domination of the economy, assaults on private property, anti-Americanism, support for such international pariahs as Iran, and lackluster support for regional counter-terrorism and counter-narcotics initiatives.
We are a group of concerned policy experts that fear the results of these destructive agendas for individual freedom, prosperity, and the well-being of the peoples of the region. Our goal is to inform American policymakers and American and international public opinion of the dangers of these radical populist regimes to inter-American security.