Global Americans, LLC, was established as a 501(c)(3) in 2015 to promote debate on the Americas and the region’s role in the world. Global Americans works with a range of scholars and activists across the region to promote analysis and discussion of this topic and implications for democracy, human rights, social inclusion, development, and foreign policy. Its central publishing platform is its website, www.LatinAmericaGoesGlobal.org, where it posts op-ed style essays, data, articles, and reports by its contributors and staff members. These articles are often translated into Spanish and syndicated to the Grupo de Diarios America, the association of daily newspapers in Latin America.
Made possible by the generous support of the National Endowment for Democracy, this report is the third in a project to analyze and track the foreign policies of governments in the Americas and those of other select countries of the Global South as they relate to democracy and human rights, and the international norms and practices that have emerged in the past 50 years to defend and protect them. Using this report’s analysis as a baseline, we provide updates and media alerts on votes and actions by states in the hemisphere—including the U.S.—and explore how those affect democratic governance and human rights. The goal is to promote greater discussion and accountability of foreign policy in the Western Hemisphere and monitor governments’ commitments—in words and deeds—to the liberal global order.
Global Americans is Christopher Sabatini (executive director), Victoria Gaytan (program manager), William Naylor (program officer), Jimena Galindo (research associate), and Andres Osorio (research assistant). Karen Mustiga also contributed to this report.
If you have comments or questions about this report, the project, or our other activities, please don’t hesitate to contact me via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Twitter (@ChrisSabatini).
Global Americans is a 501(c)(3) think tank focused on human rights, democracy and social inclusion in Latin America.
The Board of Global Americans is made up of distinguished members of the private, public and government sectors who all share an interest in Latin American economics and policy. Our members include:
Tomas Bilbao, the Managing Director of Avila Strategies. He was formerly the Executive Director of the Cuba Study Group.
Hunter Carter, a partner at Arent Fox specializing in commercial litigation and human rights in Latin America.
Ken Frankel, President, Canadian Council of the Americas.
Gray Newman, a former Managing Director and Chief Latin American Economist for Morgan Stanley.
Ivan Rebolledo, a managing partner of TerraNova Strategic Partners LLC.
Julissa Reynoso, the former U.S. ambassador to Uruguay and currently a partner at Chadbourne and Parke.
Ann Schroeder, President and Chief Executive Officer, GlobalSource Partners, Inc..
The views presented in this report are the views of its authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Board.