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Gunning After Havana: The Low Point of U.S. – Cuba Policy

Gunning After Havana: The Low Point of U.S. – Cuba Policy

By: Larry Birns, Director of the Council on Hemispheric Affairs Since the 1960s, Washington has tirelessly striven to marginalize, undermine, and destroy the Castro regime,…

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Poverty Reduction in El Salvador Shows Positive Trend for 2009 - 2013

Poverty Reduction in El Salvador Shows Positive Trend for 2009 – 2013

Frederick B. Mills, COHA Guest Scholar, Professor of Philosophy at Bowie State University El Salvador’s economy was hit hard by the global recession. Poverty rose…

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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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