President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to overhaul US energy and foreign policy in ways that could have important impacts on energy relations with Latin America and the Caribbean.
Obama’s legacy in Latin America continues to be strengthened as US-Cuba relations move in a positive direction.
The removal of Cuba from the list of states sponsoring terrorism has opened the way for the establishment of diplomatic relations.
On what issues did the North American Leaders’ Summit fall short of its potential?
The big question is whether Obama can regain the trust of the American people, especially his core constituency, including youth and Latinos, who have become disillusioned.
To what extent will Obama seek to strengthen ties to the region? How much will Latin America want to work with the UUS?
When President Obama meets this week with President Peña Nieto, he will be visiting a country that was much maligned throughout his first term.
Precisely one year after Obama traveled to Colombia, Obama sets his sights south once again, visiting Mexico and Costa Rica.
Everyone recognized that the immigration system was a mess and needed to be fixed, but the politics were too polarized and complicated for any serious progress to be made.
The November 6 US elections may open the door to addressing contentious issues between the United States and Latin America.
Barack Obama was re-elected president of the United States on Tuesday. What is his vision for foreign policy and how does Latin America fit into his plans?
Barack Obama should never have been able to claim a second term. Yet he did, and with considerable room to spare.
An upcoming meeting between Presidents Obama and Rousseff should not be expected to produce dramatic news or unexpected major breakthroughs.
The US has entered the second decade of the longest war in its history. The nation is weary and, polls show, eager to bring the troops home.
In 2012, three presidential elections – in Mexico, Venezuela, and the United States – could alter the political map and relations in the Americas.