The effects of Venezuela’s isolation are felt on everything from visa restrictions to new trading patterns to, of course, the airport.
Category Archives: Latin-America
Whatever the ultimate decision on Rousseff’s impeachment, Brazil’s problems will not be fixed by simply removing the president.Read more
There are three ways Argentina’s Macri will change the South American bloc: by helping finalize the EU-Mercosur trade agreement, by expanding ties with the Pacific Alliance, and by focusing attention on the democratic deficit of its members, primarily in Venezuela.Read more
After the headlines turned to Guerrero following the kidnapping of the 43 Ayotzinapa students in September 2014, and the murder of many others during a protest, it seemed like chaos had engulfed the region.Read more
The US both can and should do more to protect Central American children who have chosen to make the dangerous journey to the United States.Read more
Tragically, modern conflicts no longer end; they are caught in a perpetual cycle of enormous illicit profits, superficial interventions, and endemic violence.Read more
Earlier this year, Congressional Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz wrote a piece for the Huffington Post titled “One Year Later, Same Old Party,” in which she explained the reasons why the Republican Party (GOP) had failed to attract and engage minority voters in the time leading up to the 2012 Presidential election. Wasserman Schultz’s analysis centered on the findings from theRead more