About the Conference:

This is a period of some uncertainty but also enormous promise for the countries of the hemisphere. Critical presidential and parliamentary elections this year will not only influence domestic agendas, but also set the tone of inter-American relations. Meanwhile, China’s strong and growing presence in Latin America prompts interest in the strategy shaping its decisions. On the economic front, lower oil prices may drive growth for some countries in 2015, but slowing economies in Europe, Japan, and China may offset gains from the dip in oil prices. These and other topics were discussed on panels regarding elections and political trends in Latin America, the quality of relations between Latin America and Asia, and the development outlook in the current global economic context. Over 1,200 world leaders joined us at the Nineteenth Annual CAF Conference on September 9 and 10, 2015 in Washington, DC.

For more information: http://www.thedialogue.org/event/caf20/


— Study Guide Theme
Economics, Geographic Diversity
— Study Guide Chapter
Brazil, Chile, Growth Economics