The rush to begin deep-sea mining is unjustified and dangerous. Many of the areas targeted for mining are virtually unexplored, and the consequences of mining are unknown and unpredictable.
Cyber policymakers in the United States can take several steps to improve international cyber training coordination.
With distinct objectives, Brazil and Mexico are increasingly open to engagement with China, which is happy to oblige in partnership with both economies.
Of special relevance in the Latin American context, Brazil, the largest nation and economy of the continent, and a country that historically managed well to sustain a course of largely autonomous but close relations with the hemispheric hegemon, finds itself today in an especially challenging position.
In comparison to the hard, adversarial edge that sometimes erupted at recent presidential-level Summits of the Americas, the Denver meeting was at once more relaxed, more substantive, more free-flowing, and more authentic.
The Central American Bank for Economic Integration Must Bet on Transparency, Democracy, and Human Rights
The region only can overcome its challenges through a comprehensive approach. It is impossible to sustainably overcome economic problems without solid democratic institutions that guarantee the rights and freedoms of citizens.
To understand why so many countries will be absent from the Summit of the Americas, Latin America observers would do well to read El no alineamiento activo y America Latina.
CARICOM has already proven the effectiveness of using multilateral systems to advance hemispheric solutions, creating an opportunity for the Biden administration to advance common interests in the region.