Given his inflammatory remarks about Latin American citizens and its immigrants, Global Americans did some digging on who’s advising Donald Trump on his Latin America policy. It’s no one you’ve ever heard of.
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.
After his prompt, unexpected and unceremonial removal from Nicaragua, while there to conduct research on the transoceanic canal, Evan Ellis reflects on the events and what they mean for Nicaraguan democracy and U.S.-Nicaraguan relations.
Moral, humane arguments aside there are serious economic arguments for keeping DACA. The first among them is the $400 it would bring to the US economy. And there are more.
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.
The upcoming withdrawal of the UN Peacekeeping Force in Haiti (MINUSTAH) threatens to add to the security, crime and drug trafficking challenges the Dominican Republic already faces. Here’s how the U.S. can help.
In switching allegiance from Taiwan to PRC, President Varela will likely bring more investment and support for his country. But is it a security risk for the U.S. in the region and its interests in the Canal?
Venezuela is approaching a pivotal moment this weekend. Has the U.S. ceded too much leadership in the region to make a difference?
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?
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.