WRH Volume 36 Issue 1

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The Latest Washington Report on the Hemisphere is out

In the latest issue, you will find the following analyses:

Articles:

1 – “The Strange Case of Uruguayan Migration” by Research Associate Edwin Nieves

2 – “Brazil in Crisis: The Political Quagmire of the Brazilian Presidency” by Research Associate Santiago Baruh

3 – “The Arrest of ‘El Chapo’: Celebrating too Soon?” by Research Associates Edwin Nieves and Santiago Baruh

Book Review:

1 – Book review: Cuba, the United States and the Cultures of the Transnational Left 1930-1970 ( John A. Gronbeck-Tedesco; Cambridge University Press, 2015) by Research Associate Santiago Baruh

Country Brief:

1 – Trinidad and Tobago by Research Associate Edwin Nieves

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For over 35 years, the Council on Hemispheric Affairs, led by its long-time director and a former professor, Larry Birns, has striven to produce the most in-depth analysis of a full range of inter-American issues. All of its findings are regularly incorporated into its highly regarded 30-year-old biweekly publication, the Washington Report on the Hemisphere.

The Council on Hemispheric Affairs’ biweekly publication, the Washington Report on the Hemisphere (WRH) is widely considered to be one of the most respected and reliable publications of its kind. Circulating since 1980, the WRH has a far-reaching audience consisting of academics, regional analysts, and editorial page editors, corporate vice presidents for Latin American operations, senior financial officers, respected journalists and diplomats throughout the globe.

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