Shannon O’Neil explores economic relations between the United States and Mexico as government officials from both countries meet in Mexico for the annual High Level Economic Dialogue.
Shannon O’Neil examines Argentina’s economic reforms on the deadline for the holdouts to accept the nation’s offer on defaulted debt.
Shannon O’Neil discusses the state of the Brazilian and Mexican economies.
Shannon O’Neil discusses the challenges President Mauricio Macri faces in Argentina.
Shannon O’Neil analyzes presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s immigration plan.
Shannon O’Neil explains what Latin America can teach the United States about regulating campaign financing.
Shannon O’Neil delves into the special relationship the United States has developed with Mexico and how trade pacts and economic reforms have brought the countries closer together.
Mexico, Peru, and Chile would benefit from the Trans-Pacific Partnership if their economies can begin to produce more value-added goods in a competitive way, says CFR’s Shannon K. O’Neil.
Shannon O’Neil discusses corruption at Petrobras and Brazil’s other challenges.
Shannon O’Neil assesses the likelihood of a meeting between Presidents Obama and Castro during the Summit of the Americas in Panama City.