Greater cooperation between countries, states, cities, the private sector and civil society in the U.S. and Latin America can play a vital role in making the hemisphere more secure by improving resilience to climate change.
The protests and reactions to popular protests in Nicaragua may be a precursor to the political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. This time is anyone willing to stand up to prevent the arguably inevitable?
Global Americans spoke to Juan Gonzalez, a recognized foreign policy executive with over 15 years of experience in U.S.-Latin America relations and one of the Global Americans 2018 New Generation of Public Intellectuals.
Even though the outcome is a near-foregone conclusion, decision makers and analysts in the United States and the region must prepare for possible significant shifts in Venezuela following the May 20th elections.
We spoke to Margaret Myers, one of Global Americans’ 2018 New Generation of Public Intellectuals, to learn about her experience and her view on the future of Latin American dynamics with China and the United States.