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Abortion access and violence against women in Latin America
Recent protests for increased abortion access in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and beyond underscore the relationship between female insecurity and lack of access to reproductive healthcare in the region.
The High Cost of Tampering with NAFTA
After little more than a year of tension-filled talks, US and Mexican negotiators have reached a preliminary agreement that would largely preserve, in both concept and content, the original NAFTA. But for both Mexico and Canada, the uncertain and painful renegotiation of NAFTA comes with high costs beyond the expected economic losses. Resolving the NAFTA dispute will not repair the damage Trump has inflicted on US relations with both Mexico and Canada.
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Brazilian Elections: Starting Over or More of the Same?
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Member in the News: Eduardo Stein
On September 12, 2018, Eduardo Stein was named by the Secretary General of the United Nations as the Special Representative for Venezuelan Migrants and Refugees.