Chile's Hidro Aysén Project Terminated

Chile’s Hidro Aysén Project Terminated

On June 10, Chilean cabinet ministers, claiming to be acting in accordance with the “complaints presented by the community,”[i] unanimously rejected the Hidro Aysén proposal,…

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Argentina For Sale: Implications of the U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Argentina

Argentina For Sale: Implications of the U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Argentina

By: Otto Raul Tielemans, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs NML Capital, the investment firm of multibillionaire Paul Singer, proved itself victorious against…

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OAS Rejects Ecuador’s IACHR Reforms

OAS Rejects Ecuador’s IACHR Reforms

By: Alexander J. Preiss, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs The 44th General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS) ended on…

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Santos Sets Course Straight: Colombia’s Presidential Election Part II

Santos Sets Course Straight: Colombia’s Presidential Election Part II

By: Maggie Joyce, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs With a white dove pin on his jacket lapel and the word paz (peace)…

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Open For Business: Honduran President Orlando Hernández On Economic Development

Open For Business: Honduran President Orlando Hernández On Economic Development

By: Kelly Morrison and Alexander J. Preiss, Research Associates at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs On June 12, Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández arrived for his…

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Development and Indigenous Rights: ¿Por qué no los Dos?

Development and Indigenous Rights: ¿Por qué no los Dos?

History is repeating itself for the U’wa people, a peaceful indigenous group from the remote Andean cloud forests of northeastern Colombia. Once 20,000 strong, the…

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