In collaboration with Florida International University’s Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs and with support from U.S. Southern Command, Global Americans has written three reports looking at future trends in Central America, the Caribbean and South America. The reports examine five specific areas—transnational security challenges, institutional capacity, economic growth, demographics, and technology—and how they will shape politics, economic and U.S. relations by 2030. In addition, the reports examine the impact of climate change/extreme weather, outside actors (Russia and China), and the humanitarian crisis and potential collapse in Venezuela.
Click here to read the report on Central America.