Most of the region has united to reject the legitimacy of the constituent assembly in Venezuela, with a few crucial (and predictable) holdouts. What they’ll do next, though, is anyone’s guess.
Yes, there’s the economic illogic of the surplus/deficit evaluation of trade in the Trump administration’s NAFTA objectives. But there’s also a lot of positive language that outweighs it.
As China continues to position itself as a global super power, Latin American countries have begun to shift their trade focus outside the Western Hemisphere.
Last month, we profiled and scored all seven nominees and interviewed the U.S. nominee, Doug Cassel. Yesterday, the OAS elected candidates from Brazil, Chile and Mexico.
At the June OAS General Assembly meeting, member states will vote on a slate of nominees to fill three open positions on the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. Here are their bios, the criticisms and their scores.
In June, the OAS will vote for three open seats on the IACHR. Here are the U.S. nominee’s views on the region’s challenges, IACHR’s priorities, and the U.S.’s absence at the IACHR’s recent hearings.