Think tourism doesn’t drive private sector growth? Just travel to Viñales—a world transformed.
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.
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.
Here’s how much it would cost the U.S. government and taxpayers to deport the 11.3 million undocumented immigrants that President Trump has targeted.
Oh, the notorious wall. Who will pay for it? The U.S.? Mexico? U.S. consumers? Immigrants sending remittances?
The enduring strength of U.S. institutions and civil society will mean less the “fundamental transformation” promoted by Trump supporters and more a “heated transition”—though still with uncertain consequences.
It’s clear that a new wave of protectionism is likely next. The WTO may be our best hope for avoiding a trade war.
Un año atrás nadie, en ninguna parte del mundo, apostaba por que Donald Trump terminaría siendo elegido presidente de Estados Unidos. Hace doce meses era la nota excéntrica en una campaña que se veía perfilada para que Hillary Clinton le diera continuidad al legado de Barack Obama. Lo más interesante de la política, desde mi punto de vista, es la incapacidad que tienen los analistas de poder predecirla con exactitud.
Don’t be fooled — the US president-elect does not have a plan to make America great again.
Some of the people slated to enter the administration have made a career peddling theories of Islamist threats in our hemisphere. There are genuine reasons for concern, but not for the disproven assertions many have been pitching for years.