Briefings & Intelligence
LatAm Outlook 2024
Canning House and our partners present the LatAm Outlook 2024, our flagship annual report. Across its 100+ pages and seven chapters, we present a comprehensive look ahead at the next five years and beyond in Latin America.
In partnership with Itaú, Ipsos, Control Risks, the Department for Business and Trade, the Stockholm Environment Institute, International Crisis Group.
- Canning House and partners
The Portuguese Political Crisis
With the resignation of Prime Minister António Costa on 7 November, Portugal has entered a political crisis. In Canning House's latest blog, Francisco Bethencourt examines the recent scandal, Costa's time in office, and what comes next for Portugal.
- Francisco Bethencourt
Ecuador: A new political cycle
Ecuador has voted for its new president - Daniel Noboa will take office in November. In Canning House's latest blog, Paola Ycaza considers how his victory represents a curious repetition of history - and why his actions as president will be critical as Ecuador begins a new political cycle.
- Paola Ycaza, Universidad Espíritu Santo
Sonia Guajajara and the Indigenous spring in Brazil
Last week Sonia Guajajara, Brazil’s first-ever Minister for Indigenous Peoples, landed in London accompanied by two younger Indigenous activists. Her travels coincided with a ground-breaking Supreme Court victory for Indigenous peoples and allies in Brazil. In Canning House's latest blog, Laura Trajber Waisbich considers what Guajajara's, and Brazil's, new approach to Indigenous policies mean for the country.
- Laura Trajber Waisbich
Chile’s Rear-View Mirror
"Anniversaries, like New Years’ Eve, offer opportunities to look back and to look forward. As Chile observes the 50th anniversary of the coup that toppled President Salvador Allende and ushered in a brutal 17-year dictatorship, Chileans are engaged in precisely that exercise. The problem is that with respect to both perspectives, looking ahead through the windshield and behind in the rear-view mirror, Chileans do not seem to agree on what they see. "
- Dr. Robert Funk, University of Chile
The Amazon Summit: Two Slow, Uncertain Steps Forward
"Perhaps the most important thing about the Amazon Summit of 8-9 August 2023 is that it took place." In Canning House's latest blog, Anthony W. Pereira from Florida International University gives his thoughts on the recent meeting of the Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization in Belém, Brazil.
- Anthony W. Pereira, Florida International University