Global Americans has been following the Latin Americanists lining up to work in the Trump Administration. This week, General John F. Kelly, the new Chief of Staff, joins the ranks. William Brownfield could join soon too.
U.S. sanctions on Venezuela’s oil sector would be a political, economic and diplomatic disaster. Here’s why.
Diplomatic relations are key to achieving major foreign policy and national security goals. This Fourth of July we take a look back at U.S. relations with Latin America.
Trump’s grandiose announcement of a drastic change in US policy toward Cuba is far from the truth — he has barely changed anything
Much of the Trump administration’s America First agenda is at risk thanks to the development assistance cuts it has proposed. Let’s hope Congress reverses them.
In addressing the root causes of migration, building allies, developing markets, and advancing U.S. interests, the Inter-American Foundation provides the best return on U.S. investment in Latin America. Yet the Trump administration wants to end it.
Soon — maybe as early as Friday — President Donald Trump, with Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, is expected to announce a presidential initiative that will roll back the Obama-era efforts that loosened the 56-year-old United States embargo on Cuba. How far will the president go?
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.
The US president’s style, deviating attention away from his reforms and toward controversy, should remind any careful observer of the late Venezuelan leader
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?