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El Instituto de las Américas presenta el foro “Relaciones Bilaterales Estados Unidos-Ecuador Post COVID: Reconstruyendo Mejor Juntos” para ayudar a catalizar un mayor compromiso del sector privado, de inversión y desarrollo económico en Ecuador. El foro incluye presentaciones de altos funcionarios de la Administración Lasso sobre la agenda comercia…
 
El Instituto de las Américas presenta el foro “Relaciones Bilaterales Estados Unidos-Ecuador Post COVID: Reconstruyendo Mejor Juntos” para ayudar a catalizar un mayor compromiso del sector privado, de inversión y desarrollo económico en Ecuador. El foro incluye presentaciones de altos funcionarios de la Administración Lasso sobre la agenda comercia…
 
El Instituto de las Américas presenta el foro “Relaciones Bilaterales Estados Unidos-Ecuador Post COVID: Reconstruyendo Mejor Juntos” para ayudar a catalizar un mayor compromiso del sector privado, de inversión y desarrollo económico en Ecuador. El foro incluye presentaciones de altos funcionarios de la Administración Lasso sobre la agenda comercia…
 
The Institute of the Americas is pleased to present the US-Ecuador Bilateral Relations Post COVID: Build Back Better Together forum to help catalyze expanded private sector engagement, investment and economic development in Ecuador. The forum includes keynote addresses by senior officials from the Lasso Administration with presentations on Ecuador’…
 
The Institute of the Americas presents the US-Ecuador Bilateral Relations Post COVID: Build Back Better Together forum to help catalyze expanded private sector engagement, investment and economic development in Ecuador. The forum includes keynote addresses by senior officials from the Lasso Administration with presentations on Ecuador’s trade and e…
 
The Institute of the Americas is pleased to present the US-Ecuador Bilateral Relations Post COVID: Build Back Better Together forum to help catalyze expanded private sector engagement, investment and economic development in Ecuador. The forum includes keynote addresses by senior officials from the Lasso Administration with presentations on Ecuador’…
 
Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador (The Northern Triangle) are experiencing a historic Diaspora to the US southern border. The precipitants of this migration are an unprecedented economic contraction occurring after back-to-back major hurricanes compounded by a pandemic and further complicated by heightened crime, violence and corruption. Congress…
 
The two-time Governor of New Mexico (2003-2010) and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (1997-1998) and Secretary of Energy (1997- 2000) Bill Richardson shares his perspective on the challenges and opportunities confronting the Biden Administration on a wide range of issues across the Western Hemisphere including national security, migrati…
 
Explore economic perspectives for Mexico, the country’s energy sector outlook, work force development and local content with Mexico’s Secretary of Economy Tatiana Clouthier. The conversation is moderated by Richard Kiy, President of the Institute of the Americas (IOA) and Jeffrey Davidow, former US ambassador to Mexico and Member of the IOA’s Hemis…
 
With the Biden Administration there is the growing prospect of a potential reversal of sanctions and regulations imposed by the Trump Administration that resulted in restricting travel, investment and remittances. At the same time, President Biden faces a challenging political landscape with Cuba as human rights abuses continue to be a serious prob…
 
A panel of experts looks at election security from an international comparative aspect focused on election security practices in Brazil, India, and Sierra Leone. What might the United States be able to learn from what’s being done in these three countries to protect against election interference and voter fraud? Panelists: Katherine Casey is an Ass…
 
Four former Secretaries of Homeland Security discuss current issues in homeland security, the overlap between security and politics, and how our country can move forward by embracing the challenges—and opportunities—the Biden-Harris administration will face in their first year. Panelists: Michael Chertoff (2005-2009), Jeh Johnson (2013-2017), Janet…
 
The People’s Republic of China has become a major investor, lender and actor across the energy sector in Latin America and the Caribbean. Indeed, loans and investments from China have financed an impressive array of projects in infrastructure, energy and mining. Cecilia Aguillon, Energy Transition Initiative Director and Jeremy M. Martin, Vice Pres…
 
General H.R. McMaster ranks among his generation's most distinguished scholar-soldiers. An acclaimed historian, his military service has spanned from West Point to Iraq and Afghanistan, to the Pentagon and the Oval Office. Now a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, General McMaster is the author of Battlegrounds (2020). In conversation with Low…
 
How can we even assess the economic damage, and what forecasts should we believe? Which parts of Japans economy will be hit the hardest, and what are the long-term implications of the likely economic crisis, and Japans role in Northeast Asian competition? Can Japan avoid the mass unemployment and corporate bankruptcies that are now befalling the U.…
 
How is Japan responding to the COVID crisis? Until late March 2020, Japan reported only few cases and pursued what was called a cluster buster strategy, namely to strictly contain clustered outbreaks only. Since then, however, there has been a sharp increase in cases and a state of emergency has been declared. What is the situation of Japans health…
 
In the fight against the COVID-19, South Korea’s case stands out. The country, despite facing a large outbreak, was able to flatten the curve of new infections without shutting down its economy. Transparent information about the positive cases has helped South Korea not only to maximize the odds of testing the people most likely to be infected, but…
 
What is the COVID-19 situation in Japan, and how is Japan responding to the crisis? Throughout February and March 2020, Japan reported so few cases that it was rarely mentioned in the news. Since then, however, there has been a sharp increase, and a special emergency situation has been declared. What is the political situation now, and how are peop…
 
Three front line workers describe their experiences at the Moria refugee camp in Greece. United by compassion and hope, hear how NGOs, volunteers, and healthcare workers are working together to help those in need and prepare for COVID-19 outbreaks in the camp. Series: "Compassion Beyond Borders" [Public Affairs] [Health and Medicine] [Humanities] […
 
Runa Khan lives and works in Bangladesh. Her passion lies in helping others through humanitarian efforts in refugee camps, healthcare, and climate change initiatives. Hear how she turns compassion into action and finds hope in challenging times like the COVID-19 pandemic. Series: "Compassion Beyond Borders" [Public Affairs] [Humanities] [Show ID: 3…
 
Responses to the novel coronavirus and the proliferation of COVID-19 cases have varied by country and regime type. Guided by national leaders with dramatically different styles, we take a look across nations and see how Japan, India and other Asian countries outside of China have rolled out their national strategies for containing the pandemic; and…
 
Building on an already tense relationship aggravated by the trade war, will the recent War of Words between the U.S. and China lead to further escalation of bilateral tension? Or can a call for humanity and cooperation join the nations in a fight against a common enemy? Join experts from the 21st Century China Center as they explore the issues from…
 
The possibilities of the Nicaraguan revolution, the refusal of current government officials to speak on the record, and the importance of recording the stories of an aging generation all arise in this conversation between director/producer Jenny Murray and moderator Bianka Ballina about ¡Las Sandinistas!. In this video, Murray discusses the reemerg…
 
Panelists consider global and national displacement, rights and protection regimes, and the ways that race and political economy drive policy decisions and institutional and normative responses to migration and migrants. The discussion covers the criminalization and detention of immigrants and the impact of historical and social forces, and reflect…
 
Sonia Nazario is an award-winning journalist whose stories have tackled some of this country’s most intractable problems — hunger, drug addiction, immigration — and have won some of the most prestigious journalism and book awards. She is best known for "Enrique's Journey," her story of a Honduran boy’s struggle to find his mother in the U.S. Publis…
 
Around the world, individuals and families are fleeing their countries of origin because of war, violence, natural disasters, and climate change. As their numbers swell, host countries face calls to exclude them. Two prominent local religious leaders of especially targeted and vulnerable populations Bishop Robert McElroy of the Roman Catholic Dioce…
 
Climate change, caused primarily by the greenhouse gas emissions of the world's most affluent populations, is having a disproportionate impact on socially and economically subordinated populations all over the world. Although climate change is anticipated to displace between 200 million and 1 billion people by 2050, the racialized hostility of the …
 
Immigrants and refugees represent nearly a fourth of San Diego County - and nearly $20 billion dollars in earning power. Workforce planning and development needs to create strategies to integrate the talent of these individuals into our community and businesses. Dyna R. Jones and Rahmatullah Mokhtar share their stories of finding a place in the wor…
 
The Aspen Institute's Mark Popovich examines the ways employers can leverage quality jobs to impact quality of life for their employees. He advocates changing the narrative around workers/employers as well as supporting policy changes to "raise the floor" and "build the ladders." Series: "Career Channel" [Public Affairs] [Business] [Show ID: 35383]…
 
The isolation of house arrest, film as a tool for political expression, and the serpentine nature of Iranian cinema all arise in this thoughtful conversation about Jafar Panahi’s documentary, This is Not a Film (2011) between Anna Brusutti (UCSB) and Hamid Naficy (Northwestern University). Naficy and Brusutti’s wide-ranging discussion explores the …
 
Conflict and tensions in the Middle East have reached their highest point in years. Tensions and the risk of confrontation are growing between the U.S. and Iran, as well as between Iran and U.S. regional allies. Tzipi Livni, former Foreign Minister of Israel, reflects on whether increased tensions in the region can help create new opportunities for…
 
Experts on immigration, national security and refugee movements engage in a debate about the U.S. immigration system, the values and interests it serves and the impact of immigration on the nation. The debate features Mark Krikorian, Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, and Rubén Rumbaut, Distinguished Professor of Sociology at…
 
In her keynote address at UC San Diego's All Campus Commencement 2019, former US. Secretary of State and diplomatic icon Madeleine Albright exhorts students to concentrate their energies and talents on creating sustainable communities both at home and abroad. Speaking from her perspective as an immigrant who rose to become the first female Secretar…
 
Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla welcomes Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and student speaker Michaela Juels to address UC San Diegos all campus commencement ceremony. Secretary Albright shattered the glass ceiling to become the first woman to serve as Secretary of State and is an icon of American diplomacy. She shares her insight as a …
 
Janet Napolitano, the former US Secretary of Homeland Security, discusses her new book, How Safe Are We?: Homeland Security Since 9/11, what we have accomplished since that awful day, where the critical security gaps remain, and where dangerous new ones have opened—and how to close them. While the devastation at Ground Zero is etched in our collect…
 
This panel explores the relevance of race, citizenship, immigration status, and community context in explaining lethal violence and criminal case outcomes, both currently and historically. Drawing from a variety of data sources and employing a wide range of analytical approaches, the panel illuminates largely overlooked and underappreciated raciall…
 
This panel explores how statewide direct democracy measures, including ballot initiatives, have propelled affirmative criminal justice reforms in jurisdictions with large Latinx populations. Panelists discuss the ways in which Latinx people were and were not meaningfully incorporated into the campaigns and subsequent implementation efforts for Flor…
 
This panel focuses on questions around policing in Latinx communities in order to shed light on the ways that intersecting legal regimes and policing practices affect those communities. The panel explores the heavy police presence in public schools that serve this community and considers the ways that interoperable information systems and data shar…
 
The Trump Administration has an anti-ISIS military policy but has zeroed out reconstruction support for areas that have been liberated from ISIS in Syria. It has an anti-Iranian policy both rhetorically and economically, but it leaves containing the spread of Iran and the Shia militias in Syria to Israel and to the Russians and leaves Israel on its…
 
Former Pacific Fleet Commander Admiral Scott Swift talks about the nature of strategic competition between the U.S. and China and the grand strategies they may be employing. This competition is less about global leadership and more about how the rules that govern that leadership are being challenged and modified. The annual IGCC Herb York Lecture h…
 
In this talk, based in part on his forthcoming book, The Trump Administration and International Law (Oxford University Press, 2018), Yale professor Harold Koh discusses the possibility for “denuclearization” on the Korean peninsula. Koh has worked in the highest levels of government, most recently as Legal Adviser and Assistant Secretary of State i…
 
Jeffrey Wasserstrom, PhD examines the political career of Xi Jinping from a historical and comparative perspective. Starting in the Qing dynasty and moving to the present, Wasserstrom outlines the events that have shaped China and Xi Jinping's political outlook and the implications of recent term limit changes. Wasserstrom also deconstructs the que…
 
Conversations host welcomes Sir Lawrence Freedman, Emeritus Professor of War Studies at King's College, London, for a discussion of his new book, The Future of War, A History. Sir Lawrence reflects on the historical perspective he brings to topics such as strategy and war. Emphasizing the importance of understanding patterns and context through the…
 
Jesús Guzmán, a second-year graduate student at UC Berkeley, talks about how growing up in California as an undocumented resident inspired him to pursue a career in public policy and social equity. Guzman was the featured student speaker at the Board of Advisors Dinner at Berkeley's Goldman School of Public Policy. Series: "UC Public Policy Channel…
 
UC San Diego political scientist and noted Kremlinologist Philip Roeder takes a look at the history of Soviet and Russian propaganda and disinformation techniques in this fascinating and sobering talk sponsored by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UC San Diego. Series: "Osher UC San Diego Distinguished Lecture Series" [Public Affairs] [Show …
 
Luis Urrea is a prolific writer who uses his dual-culture life experiences to explore greater themes of love, loss and triumph. Born in Tijuana to a Mexican father and American mother, Urrea is the critically acclaimed, best-selling author of 16 books. He talks with Steven Schick about his life and work, and their collaboration on a new version of …
 
Author and Boston University law professor Pnina Lahav discusses her forthcoming biography, "Golda Meir: Through the Gender Lens." She explores the first and only woman prime minister of Israel, and her complex relationship with her role as a female leader in a man’s world. During the course of her legal career, Pnina Lahav has published nearly 50 …
 
Economist William Easterly describes how the fight against global poverty is linked to the migration from poor to rich countries and how the war on terror perpetrates a stereotype of poor people as violent, unintentionally fueling xenophobia and travel bans. The good news is that economic ideas are the best antidote to xenophobia, opening the door …
 
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