Under President Trump’s expansion of the Global Gag Rule, foreign NGOs that provide information about or support abortion are banned from receiving any form of U.S. global health assistance. The effects will extend beyond the right to choose.
A lot has been written about the risks of the proposed Border Adjustment Tax to U.S. consumers, on the U.S. budget, and on the appreciation of the dollar. The worse consequence would be on U.S.-Mexico production chains.
In written testimony during his confirmation hearings, Tillerson said he would determine the extent to which the U.S. should support the peace agreement. And what if the U.S. doesn’t?
President Trump’s row with Mexico has placed U.S. cooperation with its southern neighbors in jeopardy—and with it U.S. national interests and security. But it’s not too late to change course.
Below is the Senate’s roll call vote that overturned the Cardin-Lugar Provision and gave U.S. oil, gas and mining companies a “ticket to bribe” foreign governments. Check to see how your senator voted.
In an ongoing series examining the consequences of President Trump’s policies on the region, Kevin Gallagher looks at what this administration’s trade policies will mean for China’s influence in Latin America.
A study that originally poked holes in the “alternative facts” of the left now shows the folly and danger of the Trump administration’s immigration and trade policies.
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.