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Global Americans provides leading independent, non-partisan coverage of human rights and social inclusion across the Americas. Our research and analysis on the subject draws from experts across the region and informs the work of government officials, business executives, journalists, educators, students, and others interested in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Explaining and Predicting: President-elect Mulino’s Immigration Policy and the Darien Gap Under New Management
In this explainer, we examine Mulino’s migration policy and assess the current situation in the Darien Gap as well as the impact that “closing the ...
Explaining and Predicting the Impact of Student Protests Across the Americas: Finding a Balance
This explainer explores the varying scales and tactics of these protests and what they signify for their countries and the broader hemisphere.
The Human Cost of Operation Lone Star
Is the Biden administration, despite its legal posturing, content to abdicate some of its responsibilities on the ground and let Operation Lone Star take over?
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Understanding the Venezuela-Guyana Controversy: Exploring the Geopolitical Implications

Chile's Constitutional Rewrite: A Global Americans Explainer

Analyzing Argentina's Presidential Elections: A Global Americans Explainer


Austerity Measures Sink Cuba Further into Near Collapse
Overall, the move toward more liberal measures appears to be too little too late, despite pressures from Vietnamese and Chinese Communist Party representatives in recent ...
Explaining and Predicting: The Dominican Republic’s Response to the Haitian Crisis
This explainer examines relations between the Dominican Republic and Haiti, analyzes Dominican President Luis Abinader's response to the Haitian crisis, and explores the challenges his ...
International Cooperation and Women’s Inclusion in the Americas
It is timely to reevaluate the contributions that international cooperation makes in the countries of the Americas, especially regarding women’s inclusion and representation, and of ...

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