Despite the threats of deportation and the thinly veiled racism, Hispanics in the U.S. remain confident and resilient in their communities. Welcome to the real American Dream.
Myths about Trump’s victory in Florida persist. Will the false narrative of Cuban-American voters shape the anticipated changes to U.S.-Cuba policy?
Let’s be clear: NATO isn’t encroaching in the hemisphere, nor does China represent a stable path out of dependency for Latin America. The former is a convenient, traditional boogey man and the latter an ahistorical pipe dream.
Craig Deare, who was recently named NSC’s Senior Director for Western Hemisphere Affairs, has been asked to leave the job, leaving a vacuum in Trump’s administration Latin American team.
If President Trump abandons the global fight against climate change, it could leave Latin America more vulnerable to the effects of climate change and governments politically exposed.
In a little noticed vote tied to the plans to overturn the Dodd-Frank Act, the U.S. Senate voted to overturn restrictions on bribes that U.S. resource extraction companies can pay to foreign governments.
Here’s how much it would cost the U.S. government and taxpayers to deport the 11.3 million undocumented immigrants that President Trump has targeted.
Here is the text of the written answers on U.S. policy toward Latin America and the Caribbean Rex Tillerson submitted to the Senate for his confirmation hearing. The answers cover Mexico, the Colombia peace process, the opening to Cuba and human rights, and political prisoners in Venezuela, among other topics.
In a new series, different authors will look at President Trump’s promises and proposed policies that will affect Latin America and Hispanics: their possibility of being adopted and their impact. First up: re-negotiating NAFTA.
False news has become the new claim to discredit anything that you don’t agree with. Here Rep. Lamar Smith smeared a correct interpretation of an honest, factual report that he misinterpreted as “fake news.”