CFR Staff

Diana Roy

Assistant Writer/Editor, Latin America

Diana Roy covers Latin America and immigration for CFR.org. She has previously written on hemispheric affairs for the Center for International Policy and the Inter-American Dialogue. She holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations from American University, where she also studied Spanish.

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  • Colombia

    Over the two centuries since Colombia’s independence, the relationship between Washington and Bogota has evolved into a close economic and security partnership. But it has at times been strained by U.S. intervention, Cold War geopolitics, and the war on drugs.
  • COVID-19

    As the coronavirus pandemic increases the need for aid around the world, donors are facing tough choices over whether to continue helping vulnerable populations abroad or focus their attention at home.
  • Haiti

    Hobbled by foreign interventions, political instability, and natural disasters, the former French colony has long suffered from underdevelopment.

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