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Although the United States’ relationship with Latin America has changed profoundly in recent years, the US remains a vital partner to many Latin American nations. Its foreign and domestic policies on a range of issues, including drugs and immigration, bear deep implications for the region. The Inter-American Dialogue closely monitors Washington’s relationship with its neighbors and provides leaders from across the Western Hemisphere with an open forum for exchange. Our timely and incisive analysis seeks to build hemispheric consensus on divisive policy challenges and spark new conversations on pressing issues.

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A la luz del creciente sentimiento de que EEUU no está priorizando la región, o simplemente no se preocupa por el bienestar de sus vecinos del sur, la administración Biden debe anunciar una agenda sólida que refleje las prioridades de América Latina y el Caribe, incluida la crisis de la migración irregular en toda la región, no solo en la frontera sur de Estados Unidos.
The Cuban government sees the United States, which continues to impose harsh sanctions, as being chiefly responsible for the island’s profound economic woes and for worsening its humanitarian crisis. Unleashing significant levels of Cuban migrants to the United States can serve as a means of retribution.