If President Donald J. Trump delivers on his most important campaign promises, the United States will fall into an economic recession.
If rhetoric and precedent are any indication, President-elect Donald Trump is about to do great damage, not just to U.S. national interests in the hemisphere, but globally.
Trump’s ability to shatter the postwar bipartisan consensus, his personalistic style and his resentment of a free press have made Argentines wonder: has the GOP produced a Peronist?
Will this be the year that Hispanic voters mobilize and vote Democrat in the all-important swing state of North Carolina?
Trump’s desire to scrap or unilaterally change NAFTA would upset the supply-chain economy as Canadians and Americans know it.
The October 2nd plebiscite and its stunningly low voter turnout demonstrated the inherent weaknesses of popular referenda and the need to think creatively about how to restore people’s participation in the electoral process.
There are a number of parallels between the shocking vote results in Colombia and the UK and the current U.S. presidential election. Could a similar surprise occur November 8th?
With new market friendly governments in Argentina, Peru and Brazil and a looming collapse in Venezuela now is not the time for the U.S. to retrench its economic agenda in the region. Unfortunately, no one is standing up for trade.