Richard Feinberg’s new book, Open For Business, draws on his recent, extensive research on the Cuban economy and U.S.-Cuban relations and on his travels on the island. The result is a multifaceted, balanced and personal portrayal of the island’s challenges and its people.
Global Americans/LatinAmericaGoesGlobal.org is 1 year old! To celebrate this admittedly minor milestone, the editors picked over our contributions from the past 12 months and chose our favorites.
From former guerrilla to fast-rising protege of her predecessor Lula da Silva, she was supposed to preside over Brazil’s rise. Instead, the Brazilian president’s career may soon be over for good.
At the June OAS General Assembly meeting, member states will vote on a slate of nominees to fill three open positions on the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. Here are their bios, the criticisms and their scores.
In this post, we summarize the recent book La Argentina y el mundo: claves para una integración exitosa, an effort to re-conceptualize Argentina’s national interest and its place in the world.
Global Americans has been tracking democracy and human rights foreign policies in the region. See a quick summary of what we cover in our next report.
Here are our 10 most-read articles from 2016. Some of the most popular topics: China, populism, Nicaragua, Haiti, Venezuela, new coups and fake coups, and the “science” of U.S. foreign policy making. Did your favorites make the list?