Whose "Red Lines"?
by Lawrence Wittner
Far from promoting clarity and stability, when powerful nations declare "red lines" in their dealings with the world they declare their intentions to impose their will on others. Peace-promoting red lines must be drawn by more robust international cooperation.
The Rising "Pink Tide" in Latin America Shows the Need for US Policy to Adapt
by Aileen T. Teague
Colombia has historically been a conservative firewall in Latin America, anchoring American policy on the hemispheric drug war and development policy. The election of that nation's first leftist leader, along with the rise of Chinese influence, signals the need for American policy to change.
Venezuela and the Birth of the American Empire
by Benjamin Welton
Why is a nearly 200-year old document still relevant today?
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