Ecuador and the migratory boom 2.0
Recently, a series of catastrophic events have changed Ecuador’s “migratory landscape”.
Are U.S. Gun Manufacturers Responsible for Deaths in Mexico?
Mexico initiated a historic litigation suing 11 U.S. gun manufacturers in a Massachusetts state Court for illicit trafficking from the United States and the direct impact on Mexican territory.
Pelosi in Taiwan: a political gesture and a disproportionate response
For years Xi maintained a discourse of peaceful cooperation and common progress as a framework for non-imperialist and non-violent expansion. With Pelosi’s arrival in the strait, the Chinese government showed a face it had worked hard to disguise.
Uvalde, Buffalo, and the U.S. gun delirium
As with every massacre, the U.S. political system is divided between silence and demonstrations of rejection after crossing, for the umpteenth time, an imaginary red line.
Colombia – U.S. Relations in the Biden Era
The changes that have taken place in the last few months pose a reformulation of the relations between the countries. Joe Biden has shown that his administration is proposing approaches to different issues such as democracy, the implementation of the peace agreement, the fight against drug trafficking or the response to the crisis in Venezuela, among others.
Joe Biden’s expected policies toward the Northern Triangle
Those who closely follow Washington’s policies towards Central America’s Northern Triangle (El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras), predict radical changes with Joseph Robinette Biden already seated in the chair that Trump reluctantly left on January 20th.
Latin America: Joe Biden and After
On January 20, Joe Biden will take office as the 46th president of the United States. How will this affect relations between Washington and Latin America? An overall perspective shows that Latin America is the realm of tension and mistrust while the United States is immersed in a crisis that questions its hegemony.
How did Trump get this far?
To believe that Biden’s triumph is the end of the drama begun in January 2016 is an example of a mirage of fatal consequences. Pretending that those millions of voters will disappear from the map with Biden’s inauguration reveals a blindness to how much America has changed in recent generations.
Lessons from Latin American Politics for the 2020 US Election
President Trump is taking lessons from some of Latin America’s most notorious leaders. But those leaders commanded Latin American nations as authoritarians during the 20th Century. Latin America has democratized, placed a greater emphasis on the rule of law, and –in many nations– sought to diminish economic inequality.