Ivan Duque’s low approval ratings have been blamed on missteps, migrants and a mentor that never seems to go away. But there are structural reasons too, and those aren’t likely to go away after his term.
Dame Billie Miller and Amb. María Ángela Holguín Cuellar join the second round of the Global Americans High-Level Working Group on Inter-American Relations and Bipartisanship as co-chairs. The second round follows a successful first year of producing bipartisan and cross-regional recommendations for the U.S. and the hemispheric community to improve inter-American relations. New York, NY. […]
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 in South America by 2030.
There is a common thread across the experiences of indigenous people in Latin America with extractive industries. As Birds of Passage highlights through the story of a Wayuu family, the drug trade is also an extractive industry, with all its abuses and pitfalls.