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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Salvadoran President Rejects Gang Truce, Security Policy Remains Unclear

Salvadoran President Rejects Gang Truce, Security Policy Remains Unclear

By: Michael Lohmuller, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs The June 1 inauguration of Salvador Sánchez Cerén, a former guerrilla combatant, as president…

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Former Salvadoran Guerrilla Commander becomes President of Embattled Country with an Agenda of Hope

Former Salvadoran Guerrilla Commander becomes President of Embattled Country with an Agenda of Hope

After 20 years of rule by U.S.-backed right-wing governments, El Salvador’s Leftist Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN) has finally become more successful on the…

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Geosecurity 101: Washington and Moscow‘s Military Bases in Latin America

Geosecurity 101: Washington and Moscow‘s Military Bases in Latin America

For a PDF version of this report, click here    By: W. Alejandro Sanchez, Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs In spite of…

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RENASE to Show Roque Dalton Documentary at the Gala Theater

RENASE to Show Roque Dalton Documentary at the Gala Theater

National Network of Salvadorans in the Exterior (RENASE) to Show Roque Dalton Documentary at the Gala Theater, 3333 14th Street, NW Washington DC 20010,  May…

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