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December 13, 2023

Trade
South America Can Still Save Its Trading Bloc

Stalemate over a trade deal with the European Union has left Mercosur on life support. Its revival depends on spurring greater intraregional trade.

Brazil’s President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva attends the 63rd Summit of Heads of State of Mercosur and Associated States, at the Museum of Tomorrow in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 7, 2023.

August 9, 2023

Latin America
A Ticking Clock for Latin America’s Nearshoring Opportunity

The window is still open for the region to benefit from the supply chain reshuffle—but not for much longer.

Panama Canal employees work in Panama City, Panama.

September 20, 2023

Immigration and Migration
The Americas Can’t Handle Immigration a la Carte

The Western Hemisphere needs regional solutions to make the most of the migration wave it faces.

After processing by U.S. Immigration, migrants are dropped off by a bus at a transit center to continue their journey in the United States from San Diego, California.

November 30, 2023

China
The Legacy of Henry Kissinger

The passing of America’s preeminent foreign-policy thinker and practitioner marks the end of an era. Throughout his long and extraordinarily influential career, Henry Kissinger built a legacy that Am…

Kissinger

February 23, 2024

Ukraine
How Much Aid Has the U.S. Sent Ukraine? Here Are Six Charts.

Six charts illustrate the extraordinary level of support the United States has provided Ukraine in its war against Russian invaders.

A Ukrainian serviceman carries an artillery shell.

June 1, 2018

China
A North Korean Opportunity for America and China

A U.S.-North Korean summit could help the U.S.-China relationship find new momentum and purpose.

Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

May 9, 2022

Latin America
AMLO's Lithium Grab and War on Green Energy Will Hurt North America

Nationalizing Mexico’s lithium reserves and extending state control over electricity and energy will undermine the region’s prosperity and security.

Mexican lawmakers protest a constitutional reform of the energy sector

January 22, 2024

Trade
The Curse of Nostalgia: Industrial Policy in the United States

A critical look at the past and present of industrial policy shows that its recent popularity is not only misguided, but is likely to have negative economic and geopolitical consequences for the Unit…

President Joe Biden signs the Inflation Reduction Act in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington on August 16, 2022.