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January 6, 2017
Trump Is Threatening to Roll Back Normalization With Cuba—Here’s What’s at Stake
Obama’s Cuba policy opened a new era of peaceful coexistence. Can it survive President Trump?
January 5, 2017
Will the Trump Administration Approve a Military Deal Between Honduras and Israel?
Allowing the deal would be a powerful sign that the new administration plans to revive the Nixon Doctrine.
December 30, 2016
A Catalog of Cadavers
Claudia Salazar Jiménez sets out to conjure the experience of atrocity in Peru with her debut novel,
Blood of the Dawn
. The result is disquieting—though not in the way you’d expect.
December 26, 2016
Meet the Central American Women the United States Is Detaining and Deporting
Horrific conditions in the Northern Triangle led to a major policy crisis for the Obama administration. A new wave of refugees could do the same for Trump.
December 21, 2016
The Alliance for Prosperity Will Intensify the Central American Refugee Crisis
Conceived without the participation of civil-society groups, the chief goal is to advance elite US and Northern Triangle business interests.
December 16, 2016
Christmas in Caracas? Worse Than the Grinch!
Amid today’s crisis, what is salvageable from the Bolivarian Revolution? A conversation with Alejandro Velasco.
December 14, 2016
What Happens When Zika Hits the Country With the World’s Strictest Abortion Laws?
Abortion is illegal in El Salvador—even in the midst of a public health crisis. But some feminists and doctors are fighting back.
December 13, 2016
Remembering El Mozote, the Worst Massacre in Modern Latin American History
For decades, justice was denied and survivors were afraid to talk. But recently an international court found the government guilty, and a local judge has reopened a case against the perpetrators.
Sarah Esther Maslin
November 30, 2016
How Cubans See Fidel Castro and His Revolution Is Tied to How They See Themselves
It’s no surprise many beam with pride when they talk about the “triumphs of the revolution.”
Andrés S. Pertierra
November 26, 2016
After Fidel Castro, What Comes Next?
Castro’s death comes at a particularly delicate stage in the ongoing effort to normalize Cuba-US relations.