The U.S. decision to abandon CICIG in Guatemala doesn’t make moral or geostrategic sense By Benjamin N. Gedan / September 6, 2018U.S. policy is never governed purely by moral calculations. But in the case of CICIG, it is hard to detect any concerns that remotely outweigh the U.S. interest in establishing the rule of law in Guatemala. U.S.-Latin America RelationsThe month of the Americas: What was all the attention about? By Victoria Gaytan / March 2, 2018With three visits by high-ranking officials from the U.S. government, February was the busiest month for Latin America in the Trump administration.