Regional Supply Chains: The New Glue of Inter-American Relations?

More must be done if near-shoring is to reach its potential to become a new glue of inter-American relations. Both the Latin American and Caribbean governments grouped in APEP, and the United States, must marshal the political will and financial resources to seize this moment of opportunity in regional development.

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How to save a disastrous summit

At a Summit of the Americas that has been defined by its absences—Maduro, Trump, PPK—the region’s remaining leaders should stand up for free trade and democracy.

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Degree portability and NAFTA

There are a number of things pending in the full implementation of a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). One of them is the harmonization of degree programs, and it’s hurting the labor pool and the children of NAFTA.

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