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George HW Bush and Latin America: An Overlooked Legacy
What the Bush administration showed is how crucial “style” is in diplomacy. Genuine and regular consultations are key to building trust and a sense of community. This is true generally, but especially so in Latin America, where the asymmetry with the United States is so pronounced and has strongly shaped inter-American relations, often with unhappy results.
Khashoggi Killing Casts an Uncomfortable Light on Latin America
The murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last month prompted worldwide outrage and a business backlash that has refocused attention on the safety of journalists. Latin America and the Caribbean was the deadliest part of the world in 2017 for journalists, with more than a quarter of murders taking place in the region.
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What Does the New US Congress Mean for Latin America and Energy?
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Should Mexican Troops Keep Fighting Cartels?
Is López Obrador’s plan to form a National Guard to combat organized crime a good idea?