On Sunday, August 19th, COHA Research Fellow W. Alex Sanchez was published in International Policy Digest for his article, “UK-Latin American Relations after the Assange Scandal.”
On Monday, August 20th, COHA Senior Research Fellow Peter Tase was interviewed by Adriana Garmacea of 5 días for his involvement with the Paraguayan Forum of Wisconsin.
On Monday, August 20th, COHA Research Fellow W. Alex Sanchez published an analysis of the possible outcomes from a US intervention in Mexico’s Sinaloa cartel in “Could (Should) US Eliminate El Chapo?”
On Tuesday, August 21st, COHA Senior Research Fellow Sean Burges published an analysis of Ecuador’s decision to grant Julian Assange asylum in ““Ecuador’s David Battles the Goliaths”, via The Australian.
On Wednesday, August 22nd, COHA Research Associate Stacey Berger published an analysis of Brazil’s Syrian policy in “Why Brazil Should Get Tougher With the Syrian Regime”, via Univision News.
On Wednesday, August 22nd COHA Research Fellow W. Alex Sanchez was cited by Sabrina Karim of Americas Quarterly in “Latin America and UN Peacekeeping.”
On Thursday, August 23rd COHA Director Larry Birns and COHA Research Associate Ellicott Dandy were interviewed by Spero News about Julian Assange’s asylum in Ecuador and South American mining, respectively.
On Thursday, August 23rd, COHA Research Associate Mar Guinot was mentioned in the Pan American Post for her work on free trade in Central America.
On Friday, August 24th, COHA Director Larry Birns was interviewed by the BBC about the OAS meeting of foreign ministers in Washington.
On Friday, August 24th, COHA Research Fellow W. Alex Sanchez was interviewed by Press TV about the OAS meeting of foreign ministers in Washington and Julian Assange’s asylum in Ecuador.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Free Trade At What Costs?
By: COHA Research Associates Eric Stadius and Elizabeth Briggs
CAFTA-DR Governments in Contrast to Small-Scale Owners Parcel Engines of Development
By: COHA Research Associate Mar Guinot
Romney’s Policy on Latin American: Not Much to Look At
By: COHA Research Associate Veronica Salas