According to the CDC, 107,000 Americans overdosed in 2021. 70,000 of those died from synthetic opioids, mostly fentanyl. Fentanyl is a gamechanger for the U.S.-Mexico bilateral relationship and it should be treated as such. Here is FAL’s strategy to address this national emergency.
China’s inroads and influence in Latin America are continuing to grow. If the U.S. is to effectively counter China, it needs a strategy to deal with the continued rise of Chinese influence in its own hemisphere. Here's an effective U.S. response to the PRC challenge in the region.
AMLO is pursuing a strategic shift away from close bilateral cooperation with the U.S. and the shared values of democracy and free markets, which threatens American national security. Six recommendations for Congress and the Biden Administration.
Less than a month before Venezuela's supposed “elections,” none of the essential conditions for free, fair, and transparent elections are in place, and the Maduro regime appears on track to leverage this process to tighten its grip on the Venezuelan people. Here's how the U.S. should respond.
Myths about the United States' policy towards Cuba abound. The U.S. has always placed human rights at the forefront of Cuba policy. Get the facts.
Negotiations with Maduro's regime have been attempted many times and have failed to deliver results. If the United States is a party to a new round of talks, it must negotiate from a position of strength and avoid concessions that cross key internal redlines.
As the United States achieves the vaccination of the majority of our population against COVID-19, it is time to implement an aggressive strategy to provide vaccines to Latin America and the Caribbean.
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