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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RE: "Colombian challenger tough on rebels.”

RE: “Colombian challenger tough on rebels.”

Dear Editor, Please allow me to submit the following letter in response to the June 2 article, “Colombian challenger tough on rebels.” In your recent…

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RE: "Cuba Plans Tentatively for a Life After a Socialist Venezuela."

RE: “Cuba Plans Tentatively for a Life After a Socialist Venezuela.”

Dear Editor, Please allow me to submit the following letter in response to the May 27 article, “Cuba plans tentatively for a life after a…

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Venezuela’s Economic Offensive: An End to the Unrest?

Venezuela’s Economic Offensive: An End to the Unrest?

This May, Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro announced several fiscal strategies intended to resuscitate the country’s struggling economy. The measures, including the issuance of new government…

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Congressional Letter to President Obama: Stop Sanctions on Venezuela

Congressional Letter to President Obama: Stop Sanctions on Venezuela

Venezuela continues to suffer from internal political conflict and unrest. In response, the United States Congress imprudently approved unilateral sanctions against Venezuela on May 28,…

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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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