China vs. Taiwan: Battle for Influence in the Caribbean

China vs. Taiwan: Battle for Influence in the Caribbean

By: Research Fellow W. Alex Sanchez and Research Associate Lynn Tu from the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

China’s projection of influence in some previously unfamiliar regions of the world continues to grow, that much is clear. When it comes to Latin America…

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Source: www.independent.co.uk

An Economy Blinded by the Sun

By: COHA Research Associate Amanda Knarr

It’s a Small World After All As globalization has carried with it a greater degree of potential for economic integration among different nations, the tiny…

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The Bush White House, Condoleezza Rice, and Latin America: "Transformational Diplomacy" and Other Fancy Talk

The Bush White House, Condoleezza Rice, and Latin America: “Transformational Diplomacy” and Other Fancy Talk

By: COHA Research Associate Eva Silkwood

Through implementation of her “Transformational Diplomacy” initiative, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has aimed to reinvigorate the State Department, lifting it from the defunct…

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CARICOM and Washington Commission a New Chapter in U.S.-Caribbean Relations

CARICOM and Washington Commission a New Chapter in U.S.-Caribbean Relations

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Another in a Series of COHA Caribbean-Related Reports For the first time in ten years, heads of state from the fifteen-nation Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and…

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UN Delegations:  Consider St. Lucia for the Security Council’s Latin American Seat

UN Delegations: Consider St. Lucia for the Security Council’s Latin American Seat

By: COHA Research Associate Eytan Starkman

Guatemala and Venezuela have persistently fallen short of the two thirds majority needed to secure GRULAC’s (the UN’s Latin American and Caribbean caucus) seat in…

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