Canada’s Controversial Engagement in Honduras

Canada’s Controversial Engagement in Honduras

By: Sabrina Escalera-Flexhaug, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs Increasing Involvement Since Hurricane Mitch struck Honduras in 1998, Canada has cast an increasingly…

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Destined to be the Biggest of Wars—the Humanitarian Crisis of Immigration

Destined to be the Biggest of Wars—the Humanitarian Crisis of Immigration

By: Alicja Magdalena Duda, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs           The people of Central America are trapped in a zero-sum game of merciless…

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Authoritarianism On The Rise: The War on Drug’s Erosion of Mexican Democracy

Authoritarianism On The Rise: The War on Drug’s Erosion of Mexican Democracy

By: Otto Raul Tielemans, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs Introduction Church bells that once called Mexico’s pious to mass no longer carry…

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Lower Aguán in Honduras and the Deadly Battle Over Land Rights

Lower Aguán in Honduras and the Deadly Battle Over Land Rights

This piece was originally published by the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs Honduras has once more distinguished itself as the murder capital of…

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RE: "With Cup a month away, a lot to be done in Brazil."

RE: “With Cup a month away, a lot to be done in Brazil.”

Dear Editor,  Please consider the following letter in response to Tales Azzoni’s May 13 article “With Cup a month away, a lot to be done…

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