Foreign Policy

April 13, 2022
David Barkin and Alberto Betancourt

At the last Community of Latin American and Caribbean States meeting, Mexico’s president proposed contradicting relationships with North America.

April 7, 2022
Brett J. Kyle and Andrew G. Reiter

In the face of a new war in Europe, shoring up support in Latin America will not be as easy as the Biden administration thinks.

April 7, 2022
Bryan Pitts

While the Global North has responded as a unified front to the war in Ukraine, in Latin America, countries are choosing their own paths.

March 11, 2022
Angelo Rivero Santos and Juan Antonio Hernández

La Revolución Bolivariana sacudió el mapa geopolítico. El mayor desafío de Venezuela en materia de política exterior es reconstruir sus relaciones dañadas en el hemisferio.

March 11, 2022
Angelo Rivero Santos and Juan Antonio Hernández

The Bolivarian Revolution shook up the geopolitical map. Rebuilding Venezuela’s fractured relations in the hemisphere remains its chief foreign policy challenge.

December 1, 2021
Lívia Peres Milani

When will the Biden administration change its pattern of ignoring blatant human rights violations and the deterioration of democracy in Latin America?

May 4, 2020
Víctor Orellana Calderón

In the laboratory of neoliberalism, Chileans are rejecting the commodification of humanity and widening the cracks that will tear the system down.

April 9, 2020
Atenea Jiménez Lemon y Kevin A. Young

Escuchar las exigencias de y necesidades de los que viven las consecuencias de la política estadounidense es clave para construir relaciones justas, democráticas, y cooperativas.  

April 2, 2020
Alexander Main

Sanctions and other forms of economic warfare have long caused serious harm for countries on the receiving end of Washington’s efforts to impose its policy agenda. Could a progressive U.S. administration marshal economic power at the service of people, not capital?

March 20, 2020
Julio César Guanche Zaldívar and Sara Kozameh

The United States must abandon Cold War-era foreign policies and accept that Cuba is a sovereign nation free to define its political future— even if that means continuing socialism.


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