Energy in the Atlantic: Venezuela, the United States and the Future of Petrocaribe

Energy in the Atlantic: Venezuela, the United States and the Future of Petrocaribe

By: Nikki Hager, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs On Wednesday, July 16, the Atlantic Council, a Washington D.C. based think-tank, hosted a…

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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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Canadian Mining in Latin America: Exploitation, Inconsistency, and Neglect

Canadian Mining in Latin America: Exploitation, Inconsistency, and Neglect

Public appearances are oftentimes diametrically opposed to private endeavors. Since the 1990s, Canadian mining investments have expanded worldwide. This consistent trend holds true in Latin…

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RE: "Migrants Dropped off at bus stations in Arizona.”

RE: “Migrants Dropped off at bus stations in Arizona.”

Dear Editor, Please allow me to submit the following letter in response to Astrid Galvan’s May 30 article, “Migrants Dropped off at bus stations in…

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RE: “US, Central America, Mexico, and Canada Activists Begin 74 Mile Walk to Promote Immigration Reform."

RE: “US, Central America, Mexico, and Canada Activists Begin 74 Mile Walk to Promote Immigration Reform.”

Dear Editor, Please allow me to submit the following letter in response to the May 27 article and ongoing story, “US, Central America, Mexico, and…

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