100 days of AMLO
In just three months of Andrés Manuel López Obrador´s presidency, Mexico´s political landscape has shifted considerably. The country´s 120 million inhabitants makes it an indispensable economy for British companies and investors – which is why Canning House believes it is timely to develop a granular understanding of the opportunities and risks AMLO’s presidency holds.
The Venezuelan Exodus
Canning House and the All-Party Parliamentary Groups for Latin America and Venezuela talk to Dip. Juan Andrés Mejía about the crisis in Venezuela.
Venezuela Crisis Update
On 23 January, Juan Guaidó, the president of Venezuela’s National Assembly (AN), formally declared himself as the country’s interim president and said that he will now seek to organise a new general election process to elect a successor to the de facto president, Nicolás Maduro. What’s next for Venezuela? Canning House and LatinNews discuss.
Election Watch 2019
Canning House will be joined by Jon Farmer, Gunther Baumgarten and Constance Malleret from LatinNews to analyse the 2018 elections in Latin America, and forecast the shifting political landscape in 2019, with a particular – but not exclusive – focus on Brazil and Mexico.
Trade Policy in the Americas
What does Trump’s overhaul of Nafta mean for US-Mexico trade relations? Is the deal a good one for Mexico? What are the chances that the agreement will last in the long term? Gunther Baumgarten, from LatinNews, will give an overview of the bilateral deal reached by the Mexican and US governments.
Update on Venezuela and Colombian Elections
The topics explored in this webinar are the fallout from the Colombian election, after the results of the 17th June run-off reveal the next president, an update on Venezuela, and the economic situation in Argentina, a few weeks after the government signed an agreement with the International Monetary Fund, providing it with a USD50 billion loan.