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The Bildner Center has developed a number of programs on the dissemination of ideas, knowledge and cultural processes. This program area examines these discursive and dynamic exchanges through the agency of individuals and communities in transition.
Transnational community political participation, in countries of origin and destination, is increasingly important to social, political, and economic life. Apart from political organizations and affiliations, transnational communities have a growing impact on regional finances. Remittances to family members across Latin America and the Caribbean have become a major, and largely undocumented, component of national economies. There is an increasing demand for scholarly and policy attention to this issue.
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The Bildner Center has long recognized the importance of the increased level of regional integration in the western hemisphere as a result of new bilateral and sub-regional trade agreements and a general convergence of monetary policy. Such accords reflect increased levels of cooperation and interdependence affecting financial, security, and development policy.
Latin American Feminism
The United States military has long had great influence in Latin America and the Caribbean both through ongoing collaborations between military forces and through direct interventions. In recent years, however, Latin American armed forces have developed more expansive regional roles through international humanitarian interventions such as the ongoing United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti.
See also: Demographics of South America. Main article: Ethnic groups in Latin America. Main article: Religion in Latin America. See also: Education in Latin America. Main article: Crime and violence in Latin America. Main article: Latin American economy. Main article: Wealth inequality in Latin America. Main article: Latin American culture. Main article: Latin American art. See also: List of Latin American artists. Main article: Latin American cinema. Main article: Latin American literature.
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