Brazil and the Illiberal Anti-U.S. Alliance

Lula’s work to create a de facto anti-U.S. illiberal alliance of Latin American leftist regimes and extra-hemispheric U.S. rivals further comes at a time in which those countries geographically closest to the United States—including Mexico, the Northern Triangle, and parts of the Caribbean—are moving away from political and security cooperation with the US, and toward a deepen embrace of the PRC.

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Venezuela’s Government Resumes Talks with Opposition

Last Saturday, the Venezuelan government and opposition agreed to establish a USD $3 billion fund to address poverty, food shortages, and sanitary problems in the South American nation. The fund—derived from frozen Venezuelan assets—will be under direct U.N. supervision.

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