Ante un Estados Unidos cada vez mas retraído de América Latina, el liderazgo de China en el plano comercial es incuestionable. Pero ¿será suficiente para penetrar la arena política? Alemania tiene un as bajo la manga que ya empezó a hacerlo jugar.
In switching allegiance from Taiwan to PRC, President Varela will likely bring more investment and support for his country. But is it a security risk for the U.S. in the region and its interests in the Canal?
Reforms intended to promote openness in Cuba are about to be rolled back. But is this the administration with the moral authority to do it?
The Trump administration’s decision to abandon the Paris Agreement was no surprise. The world, U.S. cities, and U.S. businesses are already moving on, with or without DC’s leadership.
President Moreno may not be a newfound ally for the U.S., but he is a reminder that today the greatest challenges to U.S. interests in the region aren’t ideological but criminality, poor governance and populism.
En la región hay cinco cláusulas democráticas en cinco diferentes organismos. Ahora queda por ver cuál será el papel de la Argentina a cargo de UNASUR
Colombia and the U.S. have been partners for more than 17 years. Now with a peace accord and rising coca cultivation, what happens if the U.S. cuts its aid by more than 21% as proposed?
Unlike their Latin American counterparts, Cubans face unique challenges traveling and emigrating within Latin America. And that doesn’t include the trouble leaving the island.
Don’t be fooled. President Maduro’s call for UN help in addressing Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis—of the government’s own making—is just another in a long line of distracting tactics.
The debate should no longer be about how democratic or authoritarian the government of Nicolas Maduro has become. It should be how criminal it’s become—a question that opens up a whole new set of policy challenges.