Bipartisan congressional policy has driven U.S. strategy in the English-speaking Caribbean during the 21st century and the pillars of the Caribbean 2020 Strategy are unlikely to change no matter the outcome of the elections.
A promotion for Trump’s man at the OAS: What Carlos Trujillo’s nomination means for U.S.-Latin American relations
As Carlos Trujillo’s nomination to head Western Hemisphere Affairs moves ahead in the senate, what does this mean for U.S.-Latin American relations?
Eight days after announcing a directive to strip international students of their F-1 visas, the Trump administration backs down following national scrutiny.
A new bill introduced by three Republican Senators has put Caribbean states in the line of fire as lawmakers look to advance U.S. policy toward Cuba.
After a year as part of the State Department’s Policy Planning staff, Evan Ellis details his time at state, and recounts the uncomfortable sense that the department was not achieving significant advancements in U.S. policy goals.
Former National Security Adviser John Bolton’s memoir confirms the worst suspicions about President Trump’s policy on Venezuela.